When Good Recruiting Advice is Bad

Good advice is hard to find and that is doubly true in recruiting. No two people have the same recruiting …
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It Is Not All About the Scholarship

There is a lot of talk in the college sports world about the proposed “four year scholarship.” The push for …
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Transfer Review Shows NCAA Needs Many Voices

The governance reform effort which will kick into high gear at this month’s NCAA convention has been based around two …
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Spare Change: How to Get a Bowling Scholarship in College

Bowling, that time-honored bad-weather and/or birthday party activity for kids, might also be an outstanding way to put yourself through …
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Josh Malone and the Future of Recruiting

Josh Malone, four-star receiver from Tennessee, has opted to stay at home and play for the Tennessee Volunteers. Flipping the …
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College Football. National Signing Day.

College Football Recruiting, National signing Day. National Signing Day, which is college football’s equivalent to mass ceremonies being held at …
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Elite Only Legislation Misses Point About Student-Athlete Protection

A California congresperson has introduced the latest in a series of state and federal legislative proposals to increase the regulation of the …
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What If A Major Conference Opted Out of the NLI

The National Letter of Intent is synonymous with the recruiting process. It is the agreed-upon end of recruiting, when a …
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Time to End Summer Basketball Certification

The NCAA’s rules on outside competition are old enough that it is hard to go back and find their origin. …
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New Governance Plan is the First Step Toward Division I Split

Cooler heads have prevailed and after a summer where a split of Division I into separate divisions or subdivisions seemed …
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