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Bo Davis (UTSA) Hit with NCAA Sanctions

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4 minutes ago, MeanGreenTexan said:

Is that saying he cannot recruit "off campus" for 2 years?
But once a recruit is on a visit, on campus, he's free to recruit the heck out of them?

I think he has to be closely supervised since it said restrict and not banned or disallowed from participating in off-campus recruiting.

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1 minute ago, El Paso Eagle said:

Just wondering, will the NCAA keep a closer eye on UTSA Football as a result of this, or just focus on Davis?

If I'm any G5 UTSA, I would plan on the worst.

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4 hours ago, UNTFan23 said:

I think he has to be closely supervised since it said restrict and not banned or disallowed from participating in off-campus recruiting.

Slap on the wrist and a total joke.  So you're telling me I don't have to go on the road for 2 years and still get paid? Heck yah, this dude won for sure.

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12 hours ago, UNTFan23 said:

I think he has to be closely supervised since it said restrict and not banned or disallowed from participating in off-campus recruiting.

So basically he has supervised visitation?  What days does he get?

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10 hours ago, Rudy said:

So basically he has supervised visitation?  What days does he get?

Looks like it will be the days recruits are on campus. The NCAA is a joke and has no desire to reform the cheating that goes in in college sports.

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