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Recent cases show one-sided nature of National Letter of Intent


The National Letter of Intent (NLI) program -- which is run by the Collegiate Commissioners Association and administered by the NCAA -- made the recruiting process more uniform. It also tilted the scales heavily toward the schools. Now that the top schools have chosen to turn football and men's basketball into multibillion-dollar businesses, it seems only fair that recruits better understand exactly what they are signing. (Sports Illustrated)


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