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Updated: 38 weeks 6 days ago
bylawblog: How student-athletes are more like regular students even in some "negative" aspects: http://t.co/xiSlnhQnbg
bylawblog: Vanderdoes appeal is an example of why the NLI needs to come under the NCAA's complete control: http://t.co/YVGGLOKn3j
bylawblog: Law & Order: NCAA http://t.co/tQ4osPrS8T (http://t.co/NaIMepyN5m)
bylawblog: Miss St. got the (not so) bad news from the NCAA, which suggests Oregon's report is not far behind: http://t.co/phCfyqKbz7
bylawblog: Lax scholarship agreements offer a glimpse at a world without the NLI: http://t.co/dFRX8VVoOw
bylawblog: How cycling's PED issues and Nintendo Wiis can help college football with concussions: http://t.co/UIgEq7hOVl
bylawblog: NCAA moves some rules around in the Division I manual with two editorial revisions: http://t.co/zEfOzO6sMi
bylawblog: What was supposed to be a quick Q&A about Eddie Vanderdoes but ended up rather lengthy: http://t.co/cYDqcswPpd
bylawblog: How OU's Jonathan Gray is eligible despite positive MLB drug test: http://t.co/GzF8kqB6ZM
bylawblog: It's not surprising or even uncommon for a school to report a violation for something the NCAA allows: http://t.co/MD3lm4K1e8
bylawblog: Starting August 1, the NCAA has deregulated travel apparel, which basically means unlimited clothes for athletes: http://t.co/1GXcfRX95n
bylawblog: NCAA has struggled to increase athletes’ scholarship. But attacking the cost side has begun carving out a stipend: http://t.co/Y1KFQV14Gd
bylawblog: In giving Gene Smith a compliance award, NAAC sends the wrong message about what good compliance work really is: http://t.co/Kbjn62mZgF
bylawblog: @kpetersnm That’s what I thought, that it was switched with rowing.
bylawblog: In which I sort of defend the NCAA for UP’s “university water” violation: http://t.co/gXjJDJ14mn
bylawblog: The Canadian Junior Hockey League will impose severe sanctions for teams that jeopardize athletes’ NCAA eligibility: http://t.co/2L9yqcK9XC
bylawblog: When Everett Golson is better off as a juco one-and-done, might be time to rethink the five-year clock: http://t.co/Bg0iUmfZY7
bylawblog: OU’s Jay Norvell likely got one of the last breaks from the NCAA for an early scholarship offer violation: http://t.co/bTb0mCI3vk
bylawblog: Obviously football coaches want required summer workouts. Their stated reasoning though might surprise you: http://t.co/TyLFquhQTV
bylawblog: @Elon_Compliance He’d meet the transfer exception, but his PTD would be in question. We know that didn’t happen though.