Coaches upset about ban possibility
NEW YORK -- College basketball coaches aren't ready to pack in their summer recruiting road trips.
They're upset over a proposal that would eliminate July men's basketball recruiting beginning in 2012. The Conference Commissioners Association recently voted 31-0 to recommend the abolition of summer recruiting.
Coaches are allowed to evaluate recruits for two 10-day periods in July, traversing the country for events in Akron, Ohio; Cleveland; Cincinnati; Indianapolis; north of Dallas; ...
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