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It's just obvious
Many programs use/hire compliance officers to help guide their own athletic departments to avoid the pitfalls of both the NCAA and the college experience. Student athletes, just trying to excel in their own sport, look for guidance of compliance. Who better to guide them through that journey? It is a sacred trust that the compliance officer must dance. True to the student athlete and also true to the school. A daunting task. Perhaps cooler heads will prevail in this conundrum.

As with all my posts, as has been documented, this is pure opinion on my part. Thanks for everyone's opinion as I value those as I do my own.
(This post was last modified: 02-23-2018 04:29 PM by Dasville.)
02-23-2018 04:15 PM
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RE: It's just obvious
Four boxing champions have come out of Louisville. Just as the battle is legit, so is the game.
02-23-2018 04:46 PM
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