NCAA to take 2nd look at recruiting rules

MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer Published:

Second look: The NCAA's plan to update the recruiting process has hit another snag.

Three more rules that were passed by the board of directors in January will get a second look from the board in May after at least 75 schools, the minimum needed, signed a petition to override the legislation before Wednesday's deadline.

That means the legislation intended to eliminate rules about how coaches communicate with recruits and how often they can contact recruits outside the traditional non-contact periods has been put on hold.

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