Michigan players may have broken social-media rule
ANN ARBOR, MICH. | Michigan’s football program might have violated a secondary NCAA rule. The school’s compliance department has been notified a rule may have been broken by receiver Roy Roundtree and linebacker Kenny Demens.
The two posted messages on their Twitter accounts to congratulate a recruit.
Roundtree and Demens tweeted to linebacker Mike Mccray of Trotwood-madison High School in Ohio after the touted prospect decided to play for the Wolverines.
NCAA rules prohibit messages being sent to recruits through social media from accounts affiliated with someone from the school.
Georgetown’s Otto Porter (facing camera) is congratulated by (from left) Henry Sims, Greg Whittington and Hollis Thompson during his 20-point, six-rebound performance.