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Hundreds of retweets from coaches follow after new NCAA social media rule begins

The retweeting is on.

Under new NCAA rules that went into effect early Monday morning, college football coaches are allowed to retweet, like, share, repost or otherwise approve the social media activity of a recruit. 1,219 more words

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NCAA 6th year of eligibility

NCAA rules are notoriously difficult to navigate. Determining whether a player may be approved for a 6th year (instead of the standard 5 year limit) to complete their 4 years of eligibility is one of the murkier such rules. 1,834 more words

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Calipari: Coaches know about on-campus scandals

LEXINGTON, Ky. – John Calipari has a theory about when college coaches should be held accountable for scandals in their programs.

In an interview on the… 483 more words

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New rule allows high schoolers drafted by MLB to hire agents

For the first time, high school baseball players drafted will be able to hire agents without jeopardizing their college eligibility, significantly curtailing the practice of agents serving as “advisers.” 583 more words

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Should recruits be allowed to take official visits before senior year of high school?

Shea Patterson, a senior quarterback for IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.), has committed to two colleges and racked up frequent-flyer miles looking at colleges, but has yet to make an official visit. 1,263 more words

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