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CLEVELAND HIRED TO REBUILD FRESNO STATE'S PROGRAM

Steve Cleveland was hired to be Fresno State's basketball coach and the former Brigham Young coach pledged to restore integrity to a program rocked by years of scandals.

Cleveland, who went 138-108 in eight seasons at BYU, replaces Ray Lopes, who resigned March 17 after an investigation determined he had broken an NCAA rule about telephone calls to recruits.

"My intent is to run this program at the highest level of integrity," Cleveland said. "To graduate young men, to have them doing those things on and off the court that would bring great pride."

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