2012 J. NCAA Compliance 1 (2012)

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NCAA Compliance
A publication  of Florida Coastal School  of Law's Center  for Law
and  Sports in collaboration with Hackney   Publications
   IN THIS ISSUE


2   Emmert's   Leadership  Takes  Center  Stage  at
    NCAA   Convention
    It has always been popular to label the NCAA as evil - see
    movies like The Blind Side and We Are Marshall.

3   The  NCAA'sTrilemma in Enforcement
    Quality, Time, or Price: Choose Two

4   New  Type  of Violation Regarding   PSA  Summer
    Housing   Found
    The September 13, 2011, NC4A Division I Committee on
    Infractions Public Infractions Report regarding Boise State
    University noted several violations involving coaches who ar-
    ranged free or reduced cost housing in the local community for
    prospective student-athletes (PSAs') during the summer prior
    to their initial enrollment at Boise State.

5   NCAA   Takes  Action  on Stipends,  Multi-year
    Scholarships,  Agents   and  Enforcement
    Guidelines  - Experts  Weigh  In
    The NC4A  Convention is typically full of ebbs and flows,
    where change gets caught in a current, only to be swept aside by
    politicalforces.

7   North  Carolina Judge   Sides with  UNC  in
    McAdoo   Suit
    A New York state judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a for-
    mer University ofNorth Carolina football player, who sued the
    school and the NC4A for gross negligence after they ruled that
    he was permanently ineligible because ofacademic misconduct.

9   Committee   on  Infractions'Surprises'The Ohio
    State University  with Penalties; Severity  of
    Sanctions  Was   Unexpected
    Ohio State University officials knew they were going to be
    punished for the well-publicized violations within its football
    program, which came to light a year ago.

10  Division II Panel Finds  Major Violations  at Cal
    Poly Pomona
    In a case resolved through the summary disposition process,
    the NC4A Division II Committee on Infractions found that


    California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (Cal Poly
    Pomona) committed major violations in its women' and men'
    basketball program.

11  Appeals  Committee Provides Little Relief to
    Arizona  State
    The NCAA Division I Infractions Appeals Committee has
    affirmed an earlier ruling, which found that Arizona State
    University (ASU) committed a series ofviolations over a five-
    year span.

12  Analysis  and Takeaways   from  Ruling  Against
    Tennessee
    On August 24, 2011, the Division I Committee on Infractions
    released its Report concerning major and secondary violations
    related to the University of Tennessee's men' basketball and
    footballprograms. A briefsummary of the Report and some
    take-awaysfrom the case are set forth below. The entire Re-
    port is available on the NCA's on-line database.


January-February 2012

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