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NCAA Extends Division I Dead Period Through June 30

The NCAA has extended its dead period for Division I and implemented a quiet period at the Division II level. But what does this mean exactly?

The NCAA released a statement to extend the Division I dead period through June 30th due to COVID-19. Previously, the dead period was to be until May 31st.

The Division I Council Coordination Committee announced Wednesday evening the new date with the intention of reevaluating the date on May 27th with the possibility of extending it further. A dead period means that an NCAA coach may not have face-to-face contact with a Prospective Student Athlete (PSA) on their institution’s campus or elsewhere.


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