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NCAA officials sent a letter to its membership Thursday noting its enforcement staff's pursuit of "potential violations" of the name, image and likeness compensation policy and emphasizing the need for schools to help investigations.

The email came from Stan Wilcox, NCAA executive vice president of regulatory Affairs, and Jon Duncan, VP of enforcement. It said NCAA enforcement staff is "actively investigating potential abuses of NIL transactions and we'll allege any substantiated concerns as soon as possible."

"We also constantly review new reports of tampering, recruiting inducements, impermissible benefits, impermissible recruiters and other related behaviors," the email said.

read more:  https://www.espn.com/espn/story/_/id/34420323/ncaa-asks-member-schools-help-nil-violation-investigations

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9 minutes ago, Coach Andy Mac said:

NCAA officials sent a letter to its membership Thursday noting its enforcement staff's pursuit of "potential violations" of the name, image and likeness compensation policy and emphasizing the need for schools to help investigations.

The email came from Stan Wilcox, NCAA executive vice president of regulatory Affairs, and Jon Duncan, VP of enforcement. It said NCAA enforcement staff is "actively investigating potential abuses of NIL transactions and we'll allege any substantiated concerns as soon as possible."

"We also constantly review new reports of tampering, recruiting inducements, impermissible benefits, impermissible recruiters and other related behaviors," the email said.

read more:  https://www.espn.com/espn/story/_/id/34420323/ncaa-asks-member-schools-help-nil-violation-investigations

Twilight zone. Self reporting? Who are these people? 

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2 hours ago, DentonLurker said:

Schools self-report NCAA rules violations a lot.

Accidental, minor violations - yes.

Not going to report their own blatant violations of illegal recruiting of active players on other teams. 

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3 hours ago, SMU2006 said:

The last gasps of a dying institution that should've been put out to pasture decades ago.

The NCAA's days are numbered and they know it.

Not before Death Penalty Part Deaux.

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The same bunch of unethical coaches who go behind other schools backs and contacts their players while they are on scholarship with that school are going to Patrol themselves? I don't know which is more laughable the NCAA leadership or the school presidents.

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