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    New NCAA Regs

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    NCAA allows early football signing period, addition of 10th full-time assistant & eliminates 2-a-day practices

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    Re: New NCAA Regs

    Quote Originally Posted by sportdawg View Post
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    NCAA allows early football signing period, addition of 10th full-time assistant & eliminates 2-a-day practices
    So we can finally hire a Special Teams Coordinator?

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    Re: New NCAA Regs

    Quote Originally Posted by sportdawg View Post
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    NCAA allows early football signing period, addition of 10th full-time assistant & eliminates 2-a-day practices
    What kind of pansy crap has this world come to??

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    Re: New NCAA Regs

    Did they increase the number of days to make up for the lost practices?

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    Re: New NCAA Regs

    Quote Originally Posted by Ktulu7 View Post
    What kind of pansy crap has this world come to??
    2-a-days have been pretty much MIA anyway. I believe the allowed starting date for practice has been moved back to keep the same number of practices before the first game week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Houston Techsan View Post
    Did they increase the number of days to make up for the lost practices?
    Yes

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    Re: New NCAA Regs

    What?? No more 2-a-days?? Next thing they'll be requiring indoor practice facilities equipped with heat/air.

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    Re: New NCAA Regs

    Quote Originally Posted by Dawgpix View Post
    What?? No more 2-a-days?? Next thing they'll be requiring indoor practice facilities equipped with heat/air.
    After that, they'll start requiring players to get a cuddle session with puppies after practice, in order to recuperate in a safe space.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ktulu7 View Post
    After that, they'll start requiring players to get a cuddle session with puppies after practice, in order to recuperate in a safe space.
    and a SAFE SPACE where no one can yell at or touch them!!

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    Re: New NCAA Regs

    Quote Originally Posted by sportdawg View Post
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    NCAA allows early football signing period, addition of 10th full-time assistant & eliminates 2-a-day practices
    This new "Early Signing Period" should be a very big deal for G5 school's like us. I view this as very positive. The P5's should be able to lock in their classes pretty early. That means the rest of us will be able to sign some of the "late bloomers" from high school without as much interference from P5's. Hopefully fewer late thefts of LA Tech commits by OSU, TCU and Miss St.

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    Re: New NCAA Regs

    Quote Originally Posted by HogDawg View Post
    This new "Early Signing Period" should be a very big deal for G5 school's like us. I view this as very positive. The P5's should be able to lock in their classes pretty early. That means the rest of us will be able to sign some of the "late bloomers" from high school without as much interference from P5's. Hopefully fewer late thefts of LA Tech commits by OSU, TCU and Miss St.
    So what the strategy be? Lock up the higher rated kids? The ones who have been loyal?

    How do we manage keeping options open for the ones that blow up later in their careers?
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    Re: New NCAA Regs

    Quote Originally Posted by HogDawg View Post
    This new "Early Signing Period" should be a very big deal for G5 school's like us. I view this as very positive. The P5's should be able to lock in their classes pretty early. That means the rest of us will be able to sign some of the "late bloomers" from high school without as much interference from P5's. Hopefully fewer late thefts of LA Tech commits by OSU, TCU and Miss St.
    I tend to see this the same way. But, now, the question begs, "why did the P5 go for this?" They must see something entirely different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJDAWG View Post
    I tend to see this the same way. But, now, the question begs, "why did the P5 go for this?" They must see something entirely different.
    I believe for the same reasons we like it. Your lower level P5 schools are competing against your upper level P5 schools for recruits.

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    Re: New NCAA Regs

    Quote Originally Posted by HogDawg View Post
    This new "Early Signing Period" should be a very big deal for G5 school's like us. I view this as very positive. The P5's should be able to lock in their classes pretty early. That means the rest of us will be able to sign some of the "late bloomers" from high school without as much interference from P5's. Hopefully fewer late thefts of LA Tech commits by OSU, TCU and Miss St.
    I only wish it was earlier and at the same time as early basketball in November. The "early" signing day for football is going to be in late
    December, the last time I saw. The earlier it is the more it would benefit the G5 I believe and of course that is why it is in late December instead of Oct/Nov. I am still glad they did it and hope we and other G5s can benefit and find a way to play it in their favor.

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    Re: New NCAA Regs

    I also like two more big changes......highlighted below:

    The NCAA's Division I Council on Friday voted in favor of an early signing period, which should dramatically alter the college football recruiting landscape in the future.

    The legislation was part of an extensive bundled, congressional-like bill and aims to accomplish the following...
    • Changing the recruiting calendar to allow for an early signing period in December (effective Aug. 1). Only the Collegiate Commissioners Association can create new National Letter of Intent signing periods.
    • Adding a period for official visits that begins April 1 of the junior year and ends the Sunday before the last Wednesday in June of that year. Official visits can't occur in conjunction with a prospect's participation in a school's camp or clinic (effective Aug. 1).
    • Preventing Football Bowl Subdivision schools from hiring people close to a prospective student-athlete for a two-year period before and after the student's anticipated and actual enrollment at the school. This provision was adopted in men's basketball in 2010 (effective immediately, though schools may honor contracts signed before Jan. 18, 2017).
    • Football Bowl Subdivision schools would be limited to signing 25 prospective and current student-athletes to a first-time financial aid agreement or a National Letter of Intent. Exceptions would exclude current student-athletes who have been enrolled full-time at the school for at least two years and prospective or current student-athletes who suffer an incapacitating injury (effective for recruits who sign after Aug. 1, 2017).
    • Limiting the time for Football Bowl Subdivision coaches to participate in camps and clinics to 10 days in June and July and requires that the camps take place on a school's campus or in facilities regularly used by the school for practice or competition. Staff members with football-specific responsibilities would be subject to the same restrictions. The Football Championship Subdivision can conduct and participate in camps during the months of June and July (effective immediately, though schools may honor contracts signed before Jan. 18, 2017).
    • Allowing coaches employed at a camp or clinic to have recruiting conversations with prospects participating in camps and clinics and requires educational sessions at all camps and clinics detailing initial eligibility standards, gambling rules, agent rules and drug regulations (effective immediately).
    • Allowing Football Bowl Subdivision schools to hire a 10th assistant coach (effective Jan. 9, 2018).
    Additionally, the council voted to eliminate two-a-days in the preseason.
    Decisions are not final until April 26 at the conclusion of the Division I Board of Directors meeting. The Collegiate Commissioners Association, which must approve the changes to the recruiting calendar and early signing period, is expected to rubber stamp it when it meets in June.
    "Today's adoption of the football legislation marks the most significant progress in recent years to improve the football environment and culture for current and prospective student-athletes and coaches," said Jim Phillips, Northwestern's vice president for athletics. "Importantly, the action of the NCAA Division I Council delivers on the charge of the Division I Board of Directors to comprehensively improve the football recruiting environment. This affirms that the new Division I governance structure can effectively and timely address important issues."
    There has been little consensus over the years about an early signing period, so the fact that this all-encompassing legislation has been approved by the NCAA Division I Council is significant -- at least for the time being. Earlier this week, Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby told CBS Sports' Dennis Dodd that the full scope of the proposal was "the most impactful piece of football recruiting legislation in 25 years."
    How this proposal ultimately looks remains to be seen, however.

    http://www.cbssports.com/college-foo...s-oversigning/
    So, in addition to the early signing period already mentioned, the council also approved a rule that will limit each signing class to no more than 25 signees. Hello Ole Miss and Troy! NO MORE OVERSIGNING!!

    I also like the new rule prohibiting FBS schools from hiring people close to a prospective athlete for a 2 yr period after the student's anticipated enrollment. The next generation of Jaluke's will no longer be able to barter their high school kids just to get to the next level. This rule has been needed for a long time, particularly in basketball.

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