College ADs, Coaches React to Killing of George Floyd

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Coaches and athletic directors from colleges and universities across the country are offering words of solace as their communities deal with the fallout from the killing of George Floyd, an unarmed black man, by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. 

Most statements, many made public on social media, acknowledged the hurt and anger being expressed at nationwide protests over the aggressive tactics employed by police in the United States. 

Penn State athletic director Sandy Barbour said in a statement that she was "angry" and "hurt" and "full of compassion for those who live in fear." 

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