NCAA trying to stop multiple scholarship agreements


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NCAA officials have met this week to try to stop prospects from signing scholarship agreements with more than one school.

The current rule lets recruits sign financial agreements with more than one school and then they to pick one later in their recruiting process.

One example of this is a recent Tennessee commitment Josh Malone Josh Malone
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who signed financial agreements with Clemson, Florida State, Georgia, and Tennessee.

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney described it as "troubling" to watch prospects sign with multiple programs.

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