Chuck Williams

August 19, 2013 4:30 PM

Chuck Williams: Athletes caught in middle of Columbus Parks and Rec scandal achieving success

Did the end justify the means? Over the weekend, Auburn named Nick Marshall, a University of Georgia transfer via the junior college route, as its starting quarterback. Marshall was a high school star in Wilcox County, but he does have a Columbus connection. He was one of the elite basketball players on the Georgia Blazers, a Nike-sponsored AAU travel team run out of Columbus Parks and Recreation Department.

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