The Georgia Board of Regents on Wednesday approved plans for Kennesaw State University to start football, likely in 2015, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. The plan approved by the board concerned financing for the football program and also additional sports to meet gender-equity requirements. Students voted for a fee increase of $100 per semester, to begin in the fall, to help pay for the program.
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