New college basketball rules unveiled - but do they fix anything?

New college basketball rules unveiled - but do they fix anything?

New college basketball rules unveiled - but do they fix anything?

"It's on us to restore the integrity of college basketball and continue to improve the interests of all student-athletes".

Agents can pay for meals and transportation for players and their families if the expenses are related to the agent selection process. They can also attend events during the last two weekends in June but only if the event sare approved by the Nation Federation of State High School Associations, organized by groups affiliated with high schools, and occur at a middle school, high school or college.

The NCAA made a major announcement on Wednesday morning when they unveiled new rules regarding basketball players entering the NBA Draft.

In repsonse to the recommendations issued in April from the Commission on College Basketball, the NCAA's Board of Governors and Division I Board of Directors are implementing changes to provide student-athletes more freedom and flexibilty to decide about going pro and minimize the leverage of outside influences on high school recruits and college athletes.

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The agent would have to be certified by the NCAA no later than August 2020. "Agents aren't gonna run around and sign guys and spend money for players that they don't think are gonna make it".

The NCAA unveiled several rule changes Wednesday, in hopes of eradicating - or more realistically, reducing - the significant amount of corruption, which recently stained the sport and was exposed a year ago through an FBI investigation. The NCAA says that will save time since investigators would no longer have to independently confirm information outlined by other agencies or outside investigations.

The statement also confirmed the ultimate responsibility for rules compliance rests not with the head coach and/or athletic director, but university administration: "University presidents and chancellors will be personally accountable for their athletics program following the rules". Coaches and athletics staff must now also report any income over $600 from a source outside the school, such as an apparel company.

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