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Antonio Pettigrew keeps UNC job


Most of all, UNC athletic director Dick Baddour did not want to leave the impression Friday that his decision to retain former Olympian Antonio Pettigrew as an assistant track and field coach had come easily. Ever since Pettigrew testified in May in federal court that he had used performance-enhancing drugs and human growth hormone, the question of his job status at UNC "weighed heavily on me," Baddour said. (Raleigh News & Observer)


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