‘No Pass, No Play’ rule part of Perot’s legacy in Texas sports

High School Sports AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Part of late billionaire H. Ross Perot's legacy is a clearcut rule about Texas high school sports: If a student can't pass class, they can't play. The law, with its catchy "No Pass, No Play" nickname, has been in place since 1984. When first signed by Gov. Mark White, coaches and communities worried their best players, most notably in football, would be…

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