1. Of the more than 750,000 calls reviewed, 79 were deemed to be impermissible.
2. This was self-disclosed to the NCAA a year and a half ago.
3. Because of the complexity of trying to monitor all phone calls, texts, tweets, emails, etc. the NCAA recently threw it's hands up and decided to do away with these regulations altogether.
This is probably slightly more serious since it became news but I have been told in the past that if you are not self reporting a certain amount of violations to the NCAA that they will be all over you thinkng you are hiding something, because it is considered nearly impossible not to have minor violations at the schools.
I could swear that the initial version of this article included the following sentence (that is included with the Yahoo sports article, but not in the current version on the DM Register site). It seems worth mentioning!
Iowa State said its review was believed to be the broadest ever done by an NCAA member institution, involving 750,000 total calls made by coaches in all 18 sports and 2,500 individual monthly telephone bills.
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