College football and crime
A six-month Sports Illustrated/CBS News investigation found an alarming number of college football players have a criminal background.
Seven percent of the 2,837 student-athletes in Sports Illustrated's preseason top 25 college football teams have a police record.
Nearly 40% of the alleged offenses were serious incidents.CBS News chief investigative correspondent Armen Keteyian will have a full report on "The CBS Evening News with Katie Couric" tonight. Video: Crime and college football players' pasts
Video: NCAA President "concerned" over the investigation's findings
Video: High school football player takes wrong turn
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