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New Recruiting Rules Likely Effective on April 24

The NCAA’s Division I Council voted to end early recruiting.  The new rules do not take effect until its is approved by the Division I Board of Directors at their meeting on April 24.   270 more words

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Coach Hutch: I Pray Every Day that It Goes Through

University of Michigan Head Coach Carol Hutchins weighs in before a critical vote by the NCAA Division I Council on new rules to restrict early recruiting. 24 more words

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NCAA Rule Changes - What changed for Lacrosse

From what we’ve heard through several different grapevines, changes to NCAA rules for recruiting in most sports will change in April.  The Division I council meets April 16 and 17 to vote on whether to ban recruiting contact and unofficial visits before a student-athlete’s junior year of high school.   398 more words

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NCAA announces experimental rules to be used during NIT

While it’s the NCAA tournament that captivates much of the nation for three weekends in March/early April, the Postseason NIT is an important event as well. 263 more words

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When is the best time to call a college coach?

USA TODAY High School Sports has a weekly column on the college recruiting process. Here, you’ll find practical tips and real-world advice on becoming a better recruit to maximize your opportunities to play at the college level. 1,077 more words

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Multiple NCAA rules adjusted for upcoming season

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Drawing charges perhaps just got easier for the game’s premier defenders.

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved moving the restricted area arc Wednesday to four feet in front of the basket, extending the arc a foot from the previous three feet. 213 more words

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Central Florida kicker ruled ineligible over YouTube videos

Donald De La Haye, the Central Florida kicker who got into some hot water with the school over his YouTube videos, has been ruled ineligible. 359 more words

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