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So how can you find out what a violation is? I've got an extra ticket in a luxury box to the Bobcats/Lakers game next week and was going to invite a potential local UT recruit.
Can you do that?
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If you consider yourself a fan of a college team, regardless of whether you're a season-ticket holder or a donor of any kind, I would not advise doing that. Any known connection to any school could make something like that a violation, especially if you didn't have a relationship with the player before he became a potential recruit. Regardless of that, though, it may be safer to steer clear of that altogether.
As kyvolunteer said, I would recommend contacting UT's compliance department if you want to get a more detailed answer on that. During Big Orange Caravan stops, UT compliance folks usually advise fans to contact them if they have any questions like yours, so I'm sure they would be happy to discuss the situation with you.
This post was edited by Ryan Callahan 18 months ago
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No, you cannot do that.
There are also exceptions to these rules. What is your relationship to this kid? For instance, if your son and this kid have been best friends since they were six and you take him out to a ballgame, it's not a violation (provided you don't tell him you'll take him if he commits to UT, etc.). The NCAA would look at an established relationship prior to his recruitment.
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