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Old 05-06-2012, 07:27 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by Lestat View Post
being acknowledged by the school or contributing $$$ money isn't the only way a person is defined as a booster by the NCAA.
by contacting recruits who're not committed to the school and attempting to sway them to the school on social media is considered by the NCAA to be booster activities.

he hung out with the commits and recruits, allegedly bought some of them drinks and he's not even supposed to be talking to underaged youths via social media as part of his parole.
Ok. Now I see what you're saying. If that is the case nothing will happen, impossible for NCAA to regulate that (these kids are probably begged by fans to attend their schools all the time) and I'm certain the university knew nothing of it ( a known sex offender buying these underage kids drinks). It's not a Nevin Shapiro incident in other words. I'd just like to get to watching football, tired of numbskull fans ruining the game for the rest of us.
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