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Old 09-24-2013   #220
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Default Re: Foster admits to taking money in college

Some excerpts from the NCAA guide book for D1 institutions. Please note that only ONE training table meal can be provided to student athletes a day, and the cost of that meal is to be deducted from the student's board allowance.

I know some posters have said that the kids eat free all day, Lobster and Steak, Etc. That actually is not true.

15.2.2.1.6 Training-Table Meals. The cost of meals provided on the institutionís training table shall be
deducted from a student-athleteís board allowance, even if the student-athlete is not receiving a full grantin-
aid. In determining the cost figure to be deducted, the institution may use the actual meal costs listed in
the institutionís catalog or the average meal costs of its student-athletes living on campus.

Training Table Meals. An institution may provide only one training table meal per day to a student-athlete
during the academic year on those days when regular institutional dining facilities are open (see Bylaw
15.2.2.1.6). A student-athlete who does not receive institutional athletically related financial aid covering the
full cost of board, including a walk-on or partial scholarship recipient, may purchase one training table meal
per day at the same rate that the institution deducts from the board allowance of student-athletes who receive
athletically related financial aid covering board costs pursuant to Bylaw 15.2.2.1.6. (Adopted: 1/10/91 effective
8/1/96, Revised: 11/1/01 effective 8/1/02, 5/8/06, 4/26/07)

g) Nutritional Supplements. An institution may provide permissible nutritional supplements to a student athlete
for the purpose of providing additional calories and electrolytes. Permissible nutritional supplements
do not contain any NCAA banned substances and are identified according to the following classes: carbohydrate/
electrolyte drinks, energy bars, carbohydrate boosters and vitamins and minerals. (Adopted: 4/27/00
effective 8/1/00, Revised: 11/1/01 effective 8/1/02, 4/14/09)
(h) Fruit, Nuts and Bagels. An institution may provide fruit, nuts and bagels to a student-athlete at any time.
(Adopted: 4/30/09 effective 8/1/09)

Link: http://www.gomason.com/fls/25200/PDF...B_OEM_ID=25200
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