You may work during the school year and earn
up to $2000 as long as you have attended FSU full-time
for one year and are academically eligible to compete
(NCAA Bylaw 184.108.40.206)
Need some cash? Don’t whine or sob. Get off your couch
and get a JOB!
Tip of the Week 3/4/02
A secondary violation is one that provides
only a limited recruiting or competitive advantage and
is isolated or inadvertent in nature. Repeated
secondary violations may be combined into a major
(NCAA Bylaw 19.02.2.1)
Let’s avoid the double trouble. (Repeat violations
will burst our bubble!)
Tip of the Week 2/25/02
Institutional staff members may provide
reasonable local transportation to a student-athlete
on an occasional basis.
(NCAA Bylaw 220.127.116.11)
If your car broke down and you need a ride back to the
crib we can let it slide.
Tip of the Week 2/18/02
It is permissible for a student-athlete to
receive an occasional meal from a staff member or
booster provided it takes place at the individuals
home, as opposed to a restaurant.
(NCAA Bylaw 18.104.22.168)
You can go for some good eats; But it must be at
their home if they plan to treat!
Tip of the Week 2/11/02
Students-athletes may not receive
payment, in any form, for his/her complimentary
(NCAA Bylaw 22.214.171.124)
You can give ’em away, but you cannot get pay for your
tickets in any way.