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Players can struggle when heckling turns into hate


College coaches and administrators concerned about their tweeting athletes also should be wary of their tweeting fans. Social media experts pointed to vitriolic messages directed at football players from Missouri and Nebraska last weekend as examples of why schools should counsel athletes on how to cope with criticism that crosses the line from heckling to hate. (Associated Press)


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