New NCAA enforcement model receives endorsement of college presidents
- A vote on the National Collegiate Athletic Association's new enforcement model was put off until October, though the recommendations did receive the endorsement of the college presidents who manage Division I.
- If approved, the recommendations would take effect on Aug. 1, 2013 and allow more flexibility in how enforcement officials and the Committee on Infractions handle NCAA violations.
- The recommendations include switching to a four-tiered violation structure, increasing the size of the Committee on Infractions and creating a way for the committee to punish coaches and hold them accountable.
From the article:
As expected, the college presidents who manage Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association on Thursday put off a vote on its proposed new enforcement model. But it did “endorse” the recommendations of the working group that produced them, and suggested that the changes will indeed take effect Aug. 1, 2013. “Our intention is to make this real in October,” at the next meeting of the Division I Board of Directors, Ed Ray, president of Oregon State University and chair of the working group, said in a statement. ...
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