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January-February 2018


N CA& Compliance

A sports law periodical by Hackney Publications


2   Compliance Professional Jason Leonard
    Tabbed by COl
    Jason Leonard, Executive Director ofAthletics Compliance at
    the University of Oklahoma (OU) and a National Association
    for Athletics Compliance (NAAC) Board Member, has been
    named to the NCAA Division I Committee on Inftactions
    (COI).

3   NCAA as Moral Authority: Governing
    Behaviors Beyond the Game
    Immediate reactions and responses to the shocking allegations
    coming out ofMichigan State and Larry Nassar' criminal
    trial had many questioning how this happened and who would
    be punished to prevent itfrom happening again.

6   Cal State Northridge Case Returned for
    Reclassification
    The NCAA Division I Infractions Appeals Committee has sent
    the former director of men' basketball operations of California
    State University, Northridge case back to the NCAA Division
    I Committee on Infractionsfor reclassification andpenalty
    review.

7   NCAA Head Coaches Beware: You are
    'Presumptively' Responsible for Acts of
    Assistant Coaches, Administrators
    A recent news report detailed alleged large-scale corruption
    throughout men' college basketball. In the report, dozens of
    student-athletes allegedly received impermissible payments for
    their commitments to enroll at various Division I universi-
    ties or payments while they were attending those universities.
    Last October, 10 individuals, including four NCAA Divi-
    sion I men' basketball coaches, were charged for their role in
    an alleged bribery scheme by the US. District Attorney for
    the Southern District of New York. What do these all of these
    developments mean for the head coaches under NCAA rules?

8   What Institutions Can Learn From the NCAA
    Enforcement Charging Guidelines
    On Feb. 13, 2018, the NCAA released its Enforcement
    Charging Guidelines to assist the NCAA enforcement staff in
    evaluating whether a Level I or Level II violation is warranted.
    The charging guidelines cover unethical conduct, head coach
    responsibility, lack of institutional control, andfailure to moni-


    tor. A recurring criticism, whether warranted or not, of the
    enforcementprocess has been the lack of consistency related to
    the charges contained within a notice of allegations, i.e. similar
    facts that have been presented have resulted in different charges.
    This article will only touch on head coach responsibility and
    lack of institutional control as those are the two most subjective
    charges.

9   Appeals Committee Affirms Ruling Against
    Notre Dame
    On Nov. 22, 2016, the Committee on Infractions (COI')
    issued its report in which COIfound violations of NCAA
    legislation in the University of Notre Dame' (Notre Dame)
    football program. On the basis of those findings, COI deter-
    mined this was a major infractions case and imposed penalties
    accordingly.

I I NCAA Punishes Houston Baptist Over
    Wayward Student Host Program, Citing a
    Failure to Monitor Football Program
    Houston Baptist University failed to monitor the football
    programs use ofstudent hosts and the head football coach did
    notpromote an atmosphere of compliance, according to a recent
    decision by the Division I Committee on Infractions panel.
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