NCAA Surveys Compliance Directors on Sports Wagering Issues

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The NCAA on Wednesday released the findings of a survey of campus compliance directors on sports wagering issues they experience. The survey found 27% of autonomy schools had dealt with a sports wagering problem among their athletes or staff within the past year, a substantial increase from a survey in 2019. A similar percentage of autonomy conference compliance administrators said they were aware of athletes on their campus being harassed online or in person by someone with a gambling interest in their games. 

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