The 2003 murder of college basketball star Patrick Dennehy and teammate Carlton Dotson's confession rocked the world of collegiate athletics, and the ensuing corruption scandal brought to light by the murder investigation ultimately led to the resignation of coach Dave Bliss. Through rare first-hand accounts, Disgraced probes the story and brings nearly all aspects of the narrative into question. No stone is left unturned in this anatomy of the only known instance in history where one NCAA student-athlete was convicted of murdering another, and of a scandal that continues to reverberate in college sports to this day.
The 2003 murder of college basketball star Patrick Dennehy and teammate Carlton Dotson's confession rocked the world of collegiate athletics, and the ensuing corruption scandal brought to light by the murder investigation ultimately led to the resignation of coach Dave Bliss. Through rare first-hand accounts, Disgraced probes the story and brings nearly all aspects of the narrative into question. No stone is left unturned in this anatomy of the only known instance in history where one NCAA student-athlete was convicted of murdering another, and of a scandal that continues to reverberate in college sports to this day.
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Rel. Date: 08/18/2020
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The 2003 murder of college basketball star Patrick Dennehy and teammate Carlton Dotson's confession rocked the world of collegiate athletics, and the ensuing corruption scandal brought to light by the murder investigation ultimately led to the resignation of coach Dave Bliss. Through rare first-hand accounts, Disgraced probes the story and brings nearly all aspects of the narrative into question. No stone is left unturned in this anatomy of the only known instance in history where one NCAA student-athlete was convicted of murdering another, and of a scandal that continues to reverberate in college sports to this day.