Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Inane Rules of the NCAA

The inane rules of the National Collegiate Athletic Association are examined in the article that is reviewed in this post.

Joe Nocera, columnist for The New York Times, thought he had come upon the most inane rule within the NCAA rulebook when he wrote about Harvard's violation of a NCAA rule about when a student must enter college.  However -- as Mr. Nocera was to find out  --  the rule governing when a student must enter college was nowhere near being the silliest, most meaningless NCAA rule.

To read about Mr. Nocera's findings, please follow the link enclosed below.

Nocera, Joe. "Nocera Blog: Stupid N.C.A.A. Tricks: A Nocerablog Contest." The New York Times 1 February, 2012: online edition.

Related information:

The NCAA's Discriminatory Attitude Toward Disadvantaged Athletes?

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