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November 11, 2009

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Brian McCormick

Why can't the NCAA fire several people who don't what their job entails and hire someone like Bilas as a consultant and empower him to write the NCAA rulebook in a format that student-athletes, coaches and administrators can understand? Coaches and student-athletes generally know what is right and what is wrong, but figure that if the rulebook does not explicitly state it, it must be okay. Less rules and better enforcement is definitely an answer. But, writing it in everyday language rather than cloaking it in legalese is just as important.

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