WEB-SPE@K: Do athletes have an obligation to act more responsible?

Fresno State football player Jason Shirley has been suspended indefinitely after being cited for driving under the influence and a hit-and-run Monday night, his second suspension and the team’s fifth for the season. Shirley’s first suspension this season was for “conduct detrimental to the team.”

Do university athletes have an obligation to act more responsible than the average student? Is the athletic department too hard on its athletes?

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