NCAA rules prevent student-athletes from receiving money, transportation, or any extra benefit or expense allowance not authorized by the NCAA legislation.
Instead, he left school the spring prior, hired an agent and began the process of entering the supplemental draft in August The subcommittee determined that prior to initial full-time collegiate enrollment, a prospective student-athlete may receive normal and reasonable living expenses from an individual with whom the student-athlete has an established relationship e.
Here are some recent examples of ridiculous rules violations—most self-reported—according to the guidelines of the NCAA a non-profit organization that, thanks to a separate set of wacky rules, boasts an annual revenue nearing one billion dollars.
In addition, the school reported an assistant coach's accidental butt-dial of a recruit that resulted in the player being declared ineligible pending further review: Violation: Assistant coach Bruce Kittle pocket-dialed a recruit a day after receiving a permissible text message from the recruit.
If enough information has been collected to determine rule violations then a notice of allegations is sent to the school leadership.
There will not only be pressure from other universities within a conference, such as competing big ten schools, to apply the allowance but also from schools that have the money to do it verse schools that do not.
The three had graduated from the school but returned for an additional season of competition.
It also noted that a current student-athlete who, prior to initial collegiate enrollment, has been receiving normal and reasonable living expenses from an individual with whom he or she has an established relationship may continue to receive occasional benefits e.
Emmert said the rule book needs to be cleared of multiple unenforceable rules and focus on the things that are serious threats to the integrity of intercollegiate athletics.
The situation was encountered with Pryor, the former Ohio State quarterback turned Oakland Raiders rookie quarterback.