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by Irvin Muchnick


The University of California-Berkeley’s second internal review of the strength and conditioning program of football coach Sonny Dykes’ assistant Damon Harrington has been put off again.

Last week campus spokesperson Dan Mogulof told Concussion Inc.: “The review plan is being finalized with our colleagues in Athletics this week. I should be able to send you a copy of the review plan sometime next week.”

Today Mogulof emailed: “Not ready yet.” He said maybe next week.

Harrington is accused of inciting player J.D. Hinnant’s criminal assault of teammate Fabiano Hale in November 2013, and of driving Ted Agu to his death in a bizarre conditioning-competition drill three months later.

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