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The NCAA has announced to its membership that the recruiting deregulation proposals that were the cornerstone of the Rules Working Group Package passed by the Board of Directors in January will be reconsidered by the BoD at its May meeting. This essentially means that the proposals are overridden, since reconsideration by the Board of Directors is exactly what would have happened if the proposals had reached 75 override requests.
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Finally hoping for some common sense.
What a bunch of invalids.
I imagine that this messes up our recruiting assistant hires.
They need to reconsider a few things that's for sure.
No, not really. Why would it?
part of the new Recruiting Proposals was support staffs could make calls and recruit, that really gives an unfair advantage to schoools like LSU and Bama who have a war chest of money and could hire a bunch of HS coaches to recruit for them
FSU was going to do this too.
Our direct recruiting competitors sans miami are all in the sec so they all have more money than us so i would prefer the rules be rewritten.
But I am sure not to the degree of the Bama's of the world.
If Fisher felt it necessary, they would.
It what delusional world do you live in that we can throw money around like bama of we want to? We could hire a guy or two and i expect us to but they have 7 figures going into there back office at this point. We don't have nearly enough money to compete with them, lsu or even uga. UF has more than us a well. We are the class of the acc but we are in sec territory and we have to beat the bamas of the world to recruit elite talent
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