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NCAA suspends rule allowing texts, unlimited communication

Friday, May 03, 2013

The NCAA Division I Board of Directors decided Thursday to suspend a new recruiting rule that would have allowed football coaches to send text messages to and have unlimited contact with prospective student-athletes. The board passed the rule in January but reconsidered it after receiving over 75 requests to have it overridden. It also suspended or tabled three other recruiting-related rules from earlier this year: (CBS Sports)

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