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Quarter 2 Case Summaries

Quarter 2 Case Summaries

2021 Quarter 2 Case Summaries and Key Takeaways Key Takeaways Review coaches’ education on the transfer process to ensure it presents roles and responsibilities of coaches and staff in using the Transfer Portal. Consider establishing a system or process for...

2021 Quarter 1 Case Summaries

2021 Quarter 1 Case Summaries

  INFRACTIONS APPEALS COMMITTEE DECISION Georgia Institute of Technology February 26, 2021 Key Takeaways There must be specific factual findings of action or inaction by an institution relevant to the violation (e.g. failure to monitor, lack of institutional...

2020 Quarter 4 Case Summaries

NEGOTIATED RESOLUTION Charleston Southern October 7, 2020 Key Takeaways • This case should serve as a cautionary tale – even casual or social conversations may be treated as violations of the transfer communication rules. • We are continuing to see more strict...

2020 Quarter 3 Case Summaries

It’s All Virtual 2020’s most used terms have to include Zoom, Microsoft Teams, GoTo Meeting, Cisco Webex, Slack and others.  We’ve used Zoom for virtual hearings with the NCAA during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Here are some advantages and disadvantages from our virtual...

2020 Quarter 2 Case Summaries

2020 Quarter 2 Case Summaries

  June 18, 2020 University of Idaho Negotiated Resolution Level: Level II-Standard for Institution and Head Coach Key Takeaways The COI accepted the enforcement staff and institution’s position that the school did not fail to monitor its athletics program because...

2020 Quarter 1 Case Summaries

February 6, 2020 California Polytechnic State University Division I Infractions Appeal Facts: Cal Poly appealed the Committee on Infractions (“COI”) decision to prescribe a vacation of records penalty arguing the COI abused its discretion. Cal Poly violated NCAA...

2019 Quarter 4 Case Summaries

December 18, 2019: University of Houston Summary Disposition Key Takeaways If head coach is personally involved in violation, it is an uphill battle to rebut presumption of responsibility in head coach control legislation. Head coaches should ensure they set the...