Defining the different shades of gray
Online social networks like Twitter and Facebook expose gray areas in recruiting
Editor's note: This is the second story in a four-part series examining the impact of online social networks on college athletics.
Amy Huchthausen paused and laughed.
"Coaches," Huchthausen said, "are very creative."
She should know. As one of the directors of academic and membership services at the NCAA, Huchthausen is charged with making sure coaches toe the line and follow the rules.
Feral-cat herders have an easier job.
If the NCAA rulebook is written ...
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Social Networking And College Athletics
Online social networks are changing the way people communicate. As college athletics embraces and explores this new phenomenon, its potential benefits -- and pitfalls -- are becoming evident.