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A Rule of Disservice

Saturday, December 20, 2008

The Shrine Bowl and other high school football all-star games have provided a platform for a number of lesser-known players to showcase their skills to Division I coaches through the years, but NCAA bylaw 13.1.8.9.4 has eliminated that opportunity. The rule, which was established last March, states that, “In football, all live athletics evaluations shall be limited to regularly scheduled high school, preparatory school and two-year college contests and practices.” (Inside Carolina)

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