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News and Notes© May 1999
Judge sends message to the NCAA: "No more SAT!"
302 NCAA Division I programs were cast adrift in a boat without a rudder or sail by a decision that sent shock waves throughout all of college football. U.S. District Court Judge Ronald Buckwalter ruled that the NCAA and its institutions may not use a minimum test score as a basis for eligibility. However, on March 31, an appeals court issued a temporary stay order to halt the imposition of the judge's ruling which would have completely disallowed the use of SAT scores as a basis of eligibility. The appeals court basically said that it would allow the rule to stand during the spring recruiting period, while the court considers the appeal.
The case was filed by four athletes that were denied admission to D-I schools as a result of the NCAA eligibility requirements that mandate a min....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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