Big Ten discusses but doesn't vote on taking recruiting break
Updated: May 15, 2008, 4:52 PM ETBy Adam Rittenberg | ESPN.com
CHICAGO -- Big Ten Conference football coaches hope to spearhead a proposal that would add a two-week dead period each summer to the NCAA's recruiting calendar.Introduced this week at the Big Ten's annual meetings of coaches and athletic directors, the proposal requires each school to set aside two weeks during the summer as a dead period, which prohibits in-person contact with recruits either on or off campus. The period would afford coaches, particularly assistants, a respite ...
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