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Coronavirus: Thoughts & Advice on NCAA & NAIA Spring Sports Being Cancelled

This has obviously been a shocking week as the tremendous impact of the coronavirus continues to unfold. We’ve been receiving a lot of questions about the impact on the eligibility of college student-athletes as their sport seasons are being cancelled – in some cases right before or even during a game (Big East Conference basketball […]

NCAA Stance on Sports Wagering: “Don’t!”

With March Madness quickly approaching, we remind all that while many states have now legalized sports gambling, it is still expressly prohibited for those participating or working in NCAA athletic programs. An NCAA student-athlete’s participation in sports gambling, or sharing information that can be used by sports gamblers, can result in being ruled ineligible by […]

Are you joining a team as a Preferred Walk-on?

Now that the excitement and media attention devoted to National Letter of Intent “Signing Day” for football recruits is starting to wear off, college coaches are going back to work by recruiting walk-ons to their teams to fill roster spots for kickers, punters, long snappers, and other positions to provide depth on their teams. We […]