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Updated: 44 weeks 6 days ago
bylawblog: Basketball coaches have a terrible idea to "fix" a graduate transfer system that isn't broken: http://t.co/tlRzaWWrM6
bylawblog: How NCAA rules limit non-athletics aid to athletes and a compromise to fix it: http://t.co/CaygtB773t
bylawblog: I try and clear up, once and for all, the graduate transfer waiver vs. the graduate transfer exception: http://t.co/HYnqJydG8z
bylawblog: Former WBB coach at DII Wingate Univ. cited for providing extra benefits including prescription drugs: http://t.co/ZF9cbNA9qO
bylawblog: Saint Mary's, Bennett file appeals including rare appeal from Bennett of COI's findings (not just penalties): http://t.co/F0HyaIb7vm
bylawblog: Instead of just saying what I would do to the NLI, I edited the actual document: http://t.co/6Y4aavWwIA
bylawblog: Knock down, drag out NLI fights are rare amongst five star prospects, but one may be coming with FSU signee: http://t.co/vgAwk5n3Jq
bylawblog: My post on Jim Hendry's comments about the NCAA hurting baseball development: http://t.co/2RMvRuLDl9
bylawblog: As Division I dials back academic reforms, Division II takes another step toward major changes: http://t.co/UUi5IYzFHF
bylawblog: I explain why it is almost a guarantee that no one will like how these McLemore allegations end up: http://t.co/GfiKPDnyLy
bylawblog: NCAA's response to @ESPNAndyKatz about Rose/Thomas cases adds to the confusion rather than clearing things up: http://t.co/zPWpvZDMOX
bylawblog: ICYMI, The NCAA DI Leadership Council scaled back possible transfer rule changes last month: http://t.co/xqMNhk8Omy
bylawblog: Still being looked at are changes to permission to contact (aka "releases") and transfer waivers: http://t.co/A1qK6l0KYS
bylawblog: No college free agency on the horizon as NCAA Leadership Council scales back potential transfer rule changes: http://t.co/ygl7u5hW4J
bylawblog: NCAA's increased sliding scale for 2016 and beyond has been scrapped, according to @SicEmCompliance: http://t.co/T9RZGWcRhE
bylawblog: NCAA coaches can complain all they want about draft deadlines, but the NBA holds all the cards: http://t.co/2xZVwLAl7o
bylawblog: @smartfootball @BryanDFischer But if Oregon went after Kelly and won at trial, you can be sure he would argue that all the way to SCOTUS.
bylawblog: @smartfootball @BryanDFischer It’s not criminalizing the conduct, it’s creating civil liability. So a better chance of survival.
bylawblog: Proposed law also targets violations committed before passage, including Chip Kelly and the current case: http://t.co/6BTt4vvmQY
bylawblog: Coaches would pay legal fees and costs for NCAA violations under proposed Oregon law: http://t.co/W6q3ppssc2