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Anyone going? Any player with eligiblity that attends could be breaking ncaa rules, correct?
Certain Nittany Lions who have exhausted their eligibility to take part in alternative postseason event in Atlantic City in early January.
No, they're not breaking any NCAA rules. According to them they've contacted PSU compliance and it's all on the up and up.
FOS is running it and they are working with PSU's compliance officer. Apparently McGloin already has an agent.
EDIT: Beat me to it 17.
This post was edited by psudave 16 months ago
I would think it would fall under impermissible gifts for those with remaining eligibility.
Nice gesture by the organizers.
All players attending have graduated, or are graduating this year.
I was answering the question "Any player with eligiblity that attends could be breaking ncaa rules, correct?"
Obviously anyone who's used up his eligibility or doesn't intend to play any longer (ie. Kuntz) is not subject to the rules on gifts and can attend.
This post was edited by dsgtrane 16 months ago
Any player can attend, eligibility or not. No rules stipulating current players cant go on vacation. The difference is, those with eligibility have to pay their own way and pay for everything themselves...They cant allow someone to buy them a drink, hotel room, etc...
Those who have exhausted their eligibility are free game and the main reason for the event.
I would think those with eligibility will be told by the coaches/compliance to just stay away and wait for their time to have fun.
"Whoever’s trying to kill me isn’t getting the job done. But one day, I’m going to punch that f___r in the face."
FYI...FOS is not running it. They are a sponsor/participant, but it is being run by Rise and Rally, which is headed by Goon (aka Keith Conlin) and Tim Sweeney.
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