Papa John resigns as Louisville trustee after story of racial slur surfaces

The founder of the Papa John's pizza chain, John Schnatter, resigned as a Louisville trustee Wednesday after a story of him using the N-word on a conference call went mainstream.

Schnatter has long served as a prominent booster at Louisville, and even owns the naming rights to the Cardinals' football stadium.

"News reports attributing the use of inappropriate and hurtful language to me during a...

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