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Head coach, university could face stiff penalties under overhaul of NCAA’s body of rules – ESPN

Under the current NCAA bylaw, a head coach is “presumed” to have knowledge of what is occurring in his program and “can be responsible” for the actions of his assistants.  The proposed change would do away with presumption. It would make the head coach responsible for his assistants’ actions regardless of his knowledge of them. The penalties would range from 5 to 100 percent of competition in a season.

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Head coach, university could face stiff penalties under overhaul of NCAA’s body of rules – ESPN.

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Keep Calm…

Just a friendly reminder to coaches, staff, student-athletes, boosters, etc…with questions.

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New NCAA Division I Initial-Eligibility Standards

New NCAA Division I Initial-Eligibility Standards

The initial-eligibility standards for NCAA Division I college-bound student-athletes are changing. College-bound student-athletes first entering a Division I college or university on or after August 1, 2016, will need to meet new academic rules in order to receive athletics aid (scholarship), practice or compete during their first year.  Click the links below for the specific details regarding these changes:

NCAA Initial Elig New Rules Summary

NCAA Initial Elig Quick Reference Sheet 2012 05 02

 

Student Managers and Noncoaching Staff Members

A short educational Prezi regarding Student Managers and Noncoaching Staff Members including permissible/not permissible duties/responsibilities.

 

http://prezi.com/xyb0gtazsa60/student-managers-noncoaching-staff-members/

Clock Extension Waivers and Hardship Waivers

A short educational Prezi that helps to explain the what goes into a Clock Extension Waiver.  Hopefully this will help to explain what is often a confusion process.  The key thing to remember is that every situation is special and unique…no two cases are exactly alike.

 

http://prezi.com/-vew6ctuaam3/clock-extension-waivers-and-hardship-waivers/

 

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