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Updated: 2 years 15 weeks ago
bylawblog: Credit to @MaverickManiacs for pointing out the error.
bylawblog: Sincere apologies to the NCAA, Football Rules Committee, and anyone who read that post.
bylawblog: I got that all sorts of wrong. Teams cannot change the advertising rule: http://t.co/9sdijJrMVd
bylawblog: Welp, I screwed up big time.
bylawblog: The AFCA will be drafting recruiting rules for the NCAA. Here's what we can learn from their past proposals: http://t.co/CxSYkIleEJ
bylawblog: New NCAA study finds 23 schools made money on athletics in both 2011 and 2012: http://t.co/mwk759ayRa
bylawblog: Since Penn State is already at 65, the NCAA should let its overall scholarship penalty start a year early: http://t.co/Sx3CrJ2ttm
bylawblog: No surprise the NCAA found no evidence of violations in the Lance Thomas case since no agreed to talk to them: http://t.co/A9uKr3vuhR
bylawblog: By this fall, most routine business between NCAA members and the national office will be conducted online: http://t.co/4tcTWe5Wwp
bylawblog: The NCAA issued four interpretations of Division I rules last week, none of which were that interesting: http://t.co/2z91GdRoZw
bylawblog: Creighton's Grant Gibbs may file a sixth-year waiver which faces both common and uncommon challenges: http://t.co/suHUgcD9fL
bylawblog: ODU's Donte Hill needs a long shot waiver from the NCAA to get back a season used in a secret scrimmage: http://t.co/4ozcjMnYJm
bylawblog: Done well, ACC games in Europe could be a real “student-athlete” experience. Done poorly though … http://t.co/qJwfUYWVSg
bylawblog: NCAA publishes academic tips for top five most recruited foreign countries: http://t.co/FcvpS3zcNw
bylawblog: My post looking at whether the NCAA's process for becoming a member or changing divisions is unfair to athletes: http://t.co/HoXDOKQXTR
bylawblog: Yesterday Mark Emmert compared himself to political figures. With "crazy" comment, he is Sen. Mitch McConnell: http://t.co/mYlQwBH3Pa
bylawblog: From late last night: A seemingly harsh NCAA ruling can be explained by the bylaws http://t.co/5KFp4hBkLq
bylawblog: The NCAA denied a UCR baseball player's delayed request for a medical redshirt because he didn't qualify for one: http://t.co/sxERJLsIoe
bylawblog: Push back against recruiting deregulation might be short-sighted, but it isn't "crazy". Some rational reasons: http://t.co/CifX2PeOIC
bylawblog: About halfway through the AMA here, some great questions so far: http://t.co/dAZ3mXy0Vj