Living in Tennessee, we have seen first-hand how the disregard of NCAA compliance rules has had devastating effects on area colleges and their athletic programs.
On Saturday, February 18 Jim Booz, Dyersburg State Community College Alumnus and Senior Associate Athletic Director for Compliance at the University of Georgia, will speak candidly about compliance issues at a dinner before the Homecoming basketball games.
This event is open to the public.
Those who play sports, who coach sports or are fans of sports, will want to attend. The cost to attend is $15 per person and reservations must be made by Tuesday, February 14.
Those who played on any DSCC sports team or were on a DSCC cheerleading squad, are invited to come to a special reception before the dinner at 4:30 p.m. All former DSCC coaches are also invited to attend.
Later that evening, Dyersburg State will play Motlow State Community College. Tip t