The NCAA Division I Board of Directors will consider a new set of men's basketball recruiting restrictions aimed at cracking down on college coaches who attempt to gain access to prospects for a price.
The reform package, which will be considered at the board's Oct. 29 meeting, is the latest attempt by the NCAA to keep pace with individuals who look for loopholes in men's basketball recruiting rules. The proposal is intended to address the growing number of ways in which money is funneled to individuals associated with prospects, and the NCAA has promised to hold coaches accountable by suspending violators from postseason or even regular season play.
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