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Updated: 26 weeks 1 day ago
bylawblog: If you’d like to ask me about NCAA rules or anything else, submit questions here: http://t.co/dAZ3mXy0Vj I’ll be back at 3:00 PM EDT.
bylawblog: Final Reminder (before it starts): I'll be doing an AMA in one hour here: http://t.co/sTRsTXUeWc
bylawblog: My look at the myths surrounding presidents running college athletics: http://t.co/voG0MMcDQe
bylawblog: Another reminder that I'll be doing an AMA today at 3 PM Eastern, 12:00 PM Pacific here: http://t.co/f5VPTTZxgY
bylawblog: Could a college pay Purdue to help Sandi Marcius graduate so he can play next year? http://t.co/WOqodeAs95
bylawblog: NAAC (compliance org) proposes student-athlete employment monitoring standards: http://t.co/xhkOjkSCCi
bylawblog: I (@John_Infante) will be doing an AMA on Reddit’s College Basketball subreddit (http://t.co/hpjwDZ6Tof) tomorrow, 3:00 PM EDT.
bylawblog: UCF may have to thank Boise State for taking one for the team in its bowl ban appeal: http://t.co/JkQnoz0Lbh
bylawblog: If presidents cannot control college athletics, a full-time legislature might be the only option left: http://t.co/jIuI5eLwo5
bylawblog: NCAA Legislative Council approves proposal to move start of men's basketball practice up two weeks: http://t.co/1vIDzAwPH7
bylawblog: That baseball's graduation gap might already have been solved shows why the NCAA needs new academic measure: http://t.co/N3GN1lsnAC
bylawblog: Silver lining of slow adoption of multiyear scholarships: a real market can develop http://t.co/5gd8F3zpef
bylawblog: IMG College is moving into fundraising, which raises the question of when they move into compliance: http://t.co/bfhGxFF9gk
bylawblog: If Chip Kelly wants to help Oregon, his best contribution would be to stop contributing: http://t.co/DjwQG3XSEy
bylawblog: Also from earlier, my breakdown of Miami’s motion to dismiss its case vs. the NCAA’s response: http://t.co/zuWvD5T5cg
bylawblog: Hard to see Oregon getting a better outcome than the one they had negotiated with the enforcement staff: http://t.co/HLDU1EWiYw
bylawblog: My analysis of Miami's motion and NCAA's response: NCAA wins this round, Miami still holds key advantages: http://t.co/AQe3ZjqJkO
bylawblog: A currently employed Division II coach publicly claims her current AD is out to get her: http://t.co/oipgs1SHWg
bylawblog: NYC's basketball prospects are giving junior college more consideration as NCAA shuts off prep options: http://t.co/PV44iVKPx1
bylawblog: Nothing to see with most recent NCAA enforcement staff departure: http://t.co/oSlVo5z7LL