MILWAUKEE (AP) -The coach of one of the nation's top Division III football teams has apologized for his expletive-laced remarks and decision to bar reporters after a scathing campus editorial in the student newspaper.
Wisconsin-Whitewater coach Lance Leipold says he ``embarrassed'' the program and the university.
A school spokesman says Leipold will be publicly reprimanded and the school chancellor will decide on any additional sanctions.
Leipold blistered a student editor with an expletive-laced rant after an editorial in the Royal Purple.
The article, ``Spoiled athletes need reality check,'' discussed a campus incident in which a police officer was called to the weight room after three football players refused to provide student IDs to work out.

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