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Rules, enforcement on Chancellor Thorp's agenda at retreat


In the meeting Tuesday, President Emmert said the NCAA will never go to a "pay for play" model, but they are researching information on multi-year scholarships and stipends. Wednesday's meetings will address continued expectations for student-athlete academic success including initial eligibility standards, academic fraud and other topics as well as institution accountability and integrity. (WRAL Sports Fan)


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