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Just wondering if that is legal since he is technically a booster now.....or is he?
I could be wrong, but he technically isn't a booster until he has donated money I believe. Plus, recruits are initiating the contact. Could be completely wrong though.
A broke pre paycheck college kid is definitely not a booster
"Release Me Cuhhhhhhhh"
Is LMJ not in school this term.... Just because he declared for the draft doesn't mean he can't be a student... I hadn't heard if he had already left school....
following him on twitter, he is in LA working out for the NFL.
If I forgot to thank you in my post, my apologies and thanks in advance for your understanding.
There is no way that the NCAA is going to try to police social media unless it involves a coach or really rich/famous booster AND is an egregious (sp?) violation.
This post was edited by lb2duck 2 years ago
So far you don't get the impression he's a fan of big city life.
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USC is like a german car, every piece that breaks is of the highest quality.
Shaq has been talking to Lawyer Milloy too on twitter. I can't see this being an issue.
So the NCAA is enforcing egregious spelling violations? Great idea! What are the penalties ... time outs, sentences on the blackboard ("I will not f!!!k up. I will not f***K up.), standing in the corner?
As most pro players contribute to their alma matter. I'm sure this would classify Lawyer as a booster.
LMJ can talk to whomever he wants to on twitter and any potential recruit can talk to anyone they want EXCEPT for a coach and a coach can't talk to a recruit on twitter/FB, etc
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