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Towson University's resurgent football season ended when wide receiver Ryan Spadola had 13 catches—a Johnny Unitas Stadium record—to help Lehigh beat the Tigers in the playoffs in December.

The next week, Spadola didn't even play. He'd been suspended by Lehigh because he used a racial slur in a message he sent out on Twitter prior to the Towson game.

Towson coach Rob Ambrose, having seen how Twitter could hurt a team, decided to spend the first few weeks of the...

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