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2013 J. NCAA Compliance 1 (2013)

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January-February 2013

Journal of

NCAA Coml iance

A sports  law periodical by Hackney   Publications

2   Despite  Missteps  in Miami  Investigation,
    NCAA   to Proceed   Against School,  Others
    The NC4A  admitted earlier this week that certain investiga-
    tive tactics used in portions of its inquiry into alleged viola-
    tions ofNCAA rules at the University ofMiamifailed its

3   Expert  Suggests   NCAA   Keep  Enforcement
    Process  In House
    The NC4A  should continue to staffand operate an internal
    enforcement program.

5   Should  the NCAA   Outsource   Its Enforcement
    In light of the NC4A' most recent fiasco in its investigation of
    the University ofMiami, there is one question that seems to be
    on everyone' mind:

6   U of Miami  Probe  and  the Fruit of the
    Poisonous   Tree Doctrine
    In an unprecedented move, NC4A President Mark Emmert
    held a conference call on Wednesday, January 23, 2013 with
    members ofthe media to announce the NC4A had suspended
    its investigation of the University ofMiami's Athletic Depart-
    ment due to improper conduct on the part of its enforcement

7   Time  Management Skills Come in Hand Scott
    Connors,  the  Sun Belt Conference's   Asst.
    Commissioner for Compliance
    With so many schools, Scott Connors has his hands full when it
    comes to making sure league members comply with NC4A and
    conference rules.

8   Overview   of
    the 25 Adopted
    Rules Working
    Group  Proposals
    On January 19, 2013,
    the NCA4 adopted
    25 proposals put forth
    by the Rules Work-
    ing Group created by
    NCAA  President Mark
    Emmert. The Rules Working Group is part ofhis ambitious re-
    form agenda that included simplijing the Division I Manual.

9   Infractions Committee Hits Tenn. With Back-
    To-Back  Sanctions
    Members of the NC4A enforcement staff have laid down the
    law against the University of Tennessee after discovering that a
    former assistant football coach was in violation of Division I

10  Compliance Digest

    * At the Intersection of Collegiate Athletics and
      Higher Education-David  Ridpath Weighs  In
    * Oregon  to Meet With Committee  on Infractions
      Following Failed Pursuit of Summary Disposition
    * NCAA   Investigation Sidelines Two Auburn
      Coaches  over Recruiting Tactics as
    * Who  Is Jonathan Duncan?  He's the Interim VP on
12  Connecticut   Introduces  Additional  Legislation
    Protecting  Collegiate Student-Athletes
    Connecticut continues to be on the cutting edge of collegiate
    sports law, again following in the footsteps of California by
    introducing legislation to protect student-athletes. Proposed
    Bill 205, An Act Concerning Scholarships for Student Athletes
    at Public Institutions of Higher Education (the Connecticut
    Act'), if it becomes law, would assist student-athletes whose
    scholarships have not been renewed due to injury or illness, or
    whose eligibility has expired, complete their degree.

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