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NCAA Bylaw 11- Designating
        Coaches
       April 2006
Agenda
   Classification/Designating Coaches
   Limits on Numbers and Duties of Coaches
   Limits on Recruiting
   HS and 2-year Coaches
   Interpretations
Types of Coaches
   Head
   Assistant
   Graduate Assistant
   Student Assistant
   Volunteer
Graduate Assistant
   DI-A Football Only
   Has to be enrolled in 50% of a full-time load in a
    graduate program
   May not receive compensation in excess of a
    full GIA
   May receive a max of 4 comp tix to fb and bb
    games
   Limit of 2 years (unless you complete 24 credit
    hours, then a third year is ok)
GA cont..
   Institution can’t arrange for outside employment
    except for summer time
   GA is eligible for institutional benefits (e.g.,
    health insurance) and expenses to attend
    coaches conventions
   Spouse and children can receive expenses to
    attend bowl game
   Can’t evaluate or contact PSA’s off-campus
   Can call PSA’s if they pass the recruiting test
Volunteer Coach
   Only permitted in sports other than football or
    basketball
   Maximum of one per sport
   No compensation or remuneration permitted
    from institution or booster club
   Prohibited from contacting/evaluating PSA’s off
    campus
   Prohibited from scouting opponents off-campus
   May receive 2 comp tix in his/her sport
Volunteer Coach cont..
   Can receive camp compensation
   Can work at institution outside of athletics
   Can’t receive tuition assistance
   No use of a car/vehicle
   No institutional benefits (e.g., health insurance)
   Can receive expenses for travel to away games
   Can receive parking expenses for games
   Can receive meal during official visits and pre- or post-
    game meals, occasional meal – can’t receive training
    table meals or privileges at Burke/Ferguson, like full-
    time staff
Coach, Student Assistant
   Student who has exhausted eligibility or injured to a
    point where they cannot participate again (career ending
    injury-SEC approved through waiver process)
   Has to be enrolled at the institution where the student
    participated in athletics within the five-year eligibility
    period (undergraduate or graduate)
   Must be full-time enrolled
   Receives no compensation other than financial aid and
    competition road trip expenses
   No recruiting off-campus, no phone calls, no scouting
Declaration of Coaches
   Each UA head coach must declare his or
    her staff of coaches to the compliance
    office prior to the start of the academic year

   Designation of Coaching Staff form

   Must continually update the form
Limits on Number of Coaches
   Each sport has a limit on the amount of
    coaches…page 62-63 in NCAA Manual
   Individuals involved in coaching activities must
    be designated as a head, assistant, graduate
    assistant, student coach, or volunteer
Who Counts as a Coach?
   As soon as an individual participates (in any manner) in
    the coaching of a team in practice, games or organized
    activities directly related to that sport
   Administrative personnel – Do NOT count provided such
    individuals are not identified as coaches, do not engage
    in any on- or off-field coaching activities and are not
    involved in any off-campus recruiting or scouting
         *Cannot attend meetings involving coaching
         activities, analyze videotape of the team or an
         opponent
Replacement of Coaches
   Institution can temporarily replace a coach with
    a staff member due to extenuating
    circumstances (e.g., suspension, serious illness,
    pregnancy, U.S. National or Olympic coaching)

   Must notify the Compliance Office PRIOR to
    making the change – must be pre-approved
Outside Consultants
   It is permissible to use a temporary consultant
    to provide in-service training for coaches
   Cannot interact with student-athletes unless
    they are counted as a coach
       Golf Tournament Example – “Swing Coach”
   Psychologist may work with team members on
    visualization – cannot work with them directly
    during practice activities
Football Coaching Limits
   One head, nine assistants and two GA’s
   Strength coach doesn’t count
   Only head or assistant coaches may engage in
    off-campus recruiting activity
   Only 7 coaches out recruiting at one time
   Head Coach can replace an assistant any time
    during the week (no limit how many times he
    can do this)
Football limitations cont..
   All recruiting must be performed by football coaching
    staff members (except for routine clerical tasks)
   GA who passes recruiting test can evaluate prospects
    on campus (i.e., review film, transcripts) and make
    telephone calls
   GA’s can’t prepare general recruiting correspondence
   Director of FB Ops, Recruiting GA’s can’t be involved in
    analyzing or evaluating prospects. Can call PSA’s
    who’ve signed NLI with UA
Exceptions to Number Limitations
   Strength or Weight coaches
   Student Coaches
   Volunteer Coaches in sports other than
    football, basketball – limit is one
Limits on Number of Recruiting
Coaches

   Each sport has a limit on the amount of coaches
    recruiting OFF-CAMPUS at any one time

   Page 62-63 of NCAA Manual
             “At Any One Time”

   It is permissible for a coach to leave campus to
    engage in off-campus contact or evaluation
    before another coach who is off-campus actually
    returns to campus, provided the total number of
    coaches recruiting on behalf of the institution at
    any time do not exceed the permissible number.
   Bylaw 11
Interpretations
Official Interpretation 2/22/93 -
Managers
   Not counted in coaching limits as long as it is a
    student who performs traditional managerial
    duties
   Can’t be used to only perform on-court or on-
    field activities (e.g., pitching batting practice,
    scrimmages, etc.)
   Can play a limited part in drills (little to no
    movement)
Staff Interpretation, 11/19/97 –
Bench Sitting
   Noncoaching staff member may sit/stand on
    team bench or sideline during a game
   Cannot be involved in any coaching activity
   Can take stats during game
   Should not engage in coaching activities with
    student-athletes during game
Official Interpretation, 10/5/95 –
Outside Consultants
   SA’s may work with an outside consultant
   Institution cannot arrange
   Coaches may not observe
   Instruction cannot take place in institution's
    facilities
   SA has to pay fee available to general public
Official Interpretation, 11/11/00 –
Noncoaching Athletics Staff Members
   Noncoaching athletics staff members with sport-specific
    responsibilities (e.g., basketball administrative asst.,
    director of football operations) may not attend any off-
    campus athletics event (e.g., high school contest,
    evaluation camp) in that sport
   Exceptions:
      Immediate family member is participating

      Activity is a competition (as opposed to a camp)
       conducted in the locale of the institution
      Cannot report back to coach
Official Interpretation, 2/21/02 –
Banquets and Meetings

   Noncoaching staff member with sport-specific
    responsibilities may not attend or speak at
    banquets or meetings that are conducted to
    primarily recognize prospects (e.g., high school
    awards banquet, high school all-start banquet)
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