Law & Policy: Rules & Regulations
- NCAA Policy Aside, UCF Player Keeps YouTube Channel
by Jason Scott June 2017
Donald De La Haye, a kicker on the University of Central Florida’s football team, has decided to maintain his popular YouTube channel — a move that could prompt NCAA sanctions.
- Ohio Bill Would Allow Recruitment of Foreign Preps
by Laura A. Bischoff June 2017
Foreign athletes could be recruited to play high school sports for a handful of private boarding schools — and the Ohio High School Athletic Association would have no chance of stopping them.
- Track Coach, 70, Fired for Snapping Stretching Photos
by Selim Algar June 2017
Retired teacher Charles Goldberg also came under scrutiny by the special commissioner of investigation for giving unsolicited massages to team members.
- Wisconsin May Allow Chiropractors to Perform Sports Physicals
by Todd Richmond June 2017
Chiropractors could perform sports physicals under a bill approved Tuesday in legislative committee,despite fears that chiropractors lack medical doctors' training and expertise.
- YouTube or UCF? Player’s Channel Raises Amateurism Concerns
by Jason Scott June 2017
A popular (and profitable) YouTube channel run by a University of Central Florida football player has created yet another controversy regarding the NCAA's amateurism policies.
- Paterson Recruiting Scandal Ends with Suspensions, Fines
by Andy Berg June 2017
After months of investigations, the boys and girls basketball teams at Eastside High School in Paterson, New Jersey, were put on probation after state officials found that the teams had violated state recruiting rules.
- Colorado Officials Disciplined Over Domestic Violence Case
by The Gazette June 2017
FULL TEXT BOULDER -- Three University of Colorado officials, including its chancellor and football coach, have been disciplined for their handling of domestic violence allegations against a former assistant football coach.
- Football Case Brings Ohio Hazing Law Under Scrutiny
by Mark Gokavi June 2017
Former UD football player Max Engelhart alleges that hazing led to his serious head injury. School lawyers argue the incident does not fit the legal definition of hazing.
- Alabama Law Prevents School Building Name Changes
by Courtney Cameron June 2017
The Alabama Memorial Preservation Act of 2017, signed into law last month by governor Kay Ivey, complicates the process of changing the names of school facilities dedicated to a person, group, event, movement or military service — a move that complicates potential naming rights deals and facility projects.
- Transfer Points Out Hypocrisy of Eligibility Rules
by Andrew Carter June 2017
Citing the hypocrisy of college sports, an NCAA bylaw and standards of decency, basketball player Cameron Johnson is making his case for immediate eligibility.