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Social media and the NCAA — A headache for colleges


The NCAA allows coaches to correspond with recruits via email, fax and social networking sites. But since 2007, it has prohibited all other forms of electronically transmitted correspondence, including text messaging, instant messaging and posting messages on a user's Facebook wall. Alumni, fans and boosters, individually or in organized groups, are not permitted to contact a recruit for the purpose of enticing him to attend a particular university. (Deseret News)

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