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Bylaw 12, a hobby of mine.

As some people already know, NCAA Bylaw 12 is somewhat of a hobby of mine; probably because, as someone trained in the law, I am so interested in the right to privacy and subsequently, the right to publicity (the right to publicity is often said to have come from the broader right to privacy). Legal … Continue reading

Daily Compliance Item- 10/25/12- 13.9.1- Requirements to Send Offer of Athletic Aid

Originally posted on Daily Compliance Item:
Ocean State University is preparing for the upcoming National Letter of Intent (NLI) early signing period.  Which of the following is true with regard to the requirements that must be met before the coaches can send a prospect an NLI and written offer of athletic aid?   A.  Prospect…

Auriemma Wants Lower Rims

Originally posted on Blacktop Sports:
Connecticut women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma is making headlines once again as the season draws near, this time for suggesting that the NCAA lower the rims for women’s games. Auriemma believes this would make for higher-scoring games and, as a result, greater fan interest. Geno suggests the rims be lowered…

The Future of the NCAA—and Penn State

Originally posted on The Penn Stater Magazine:
The biggest takeaway from a panel discussion Wednesday night titled “The Future of the NCAA and its Membership,” I thought, came at the end. And it didn’t come from either of the biggest names on the panel: Gene Corrigan or Cedric Dempsey, both former NCAA presidents. It was…

Originally posted on HBCU Sports Central:
Howard quarterback Greg McGhee may be one of up to 14 players ruled ineligible by the NCAA for Sept. 1’s opening game vs. Morehouse. Howard is hoping the 2012 season will be the year it moves toward the front of the pack in the MEAC. If it is to…

“LSU may be involved in NCAA violations with Mathieu, Anthony Johnson” -TheTownTalk.com

Thetowntalk.com recently reported a possible violation of NCAA Rule 12.5.2.1 that says any student-athlete who “accepts any remuneration or permits the use of his or her name or picture to advertise, recommend or promote directly the sale or use of a commercial product or service of any kind” is ineligible. I have always been intrigued … Continue reading

“Longtime UNC officials shocked by NCAA violations” By: USA TODAY

Longtime UNC officials shocked by NCAA violations– USA TODAY by: Rachel George. “6:12PM EDT October 10. 2012 – CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — The telephone call to Bill Friday was the most difficult. At the start of an NCAA investigation in the summer of 2010, former North Carolina athletic director Dick Baddour had to notify the … Continue reading