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NCAA set up a snitch hotline for COVID concerns

The NCAA knows many of its student-athletes and even its coaches and administrators will break the COVID rules at some point, so it set up an anonymous tip-line for anyone with concerns. For those student-athletes or parents interested in being a snitch, the NCAA will listen to any comments, questions, concerns or tattling via phone and/or e-mail.

The NCAA released this statement to announce the COVID Concerns Hotline today:

The NCAA Board of Governors has directed schools and conferences to meet specific requirements if they are to conduct NCAA fall sports during the preseason, regular season and postseason.

The NCAA has established a phone number and email to allow college athletes, parents or others to report potential return-to-sport concerns. The Association will notify school and conference administrators, who will be expected to review and address concerns.

If you are aware of concerns regarding implementation of the NCAA’s Return to Sport guidelines, please call toll free 833-661-CV19 (2819) or email [email protected] with the name of the NCAA member institution, sport, and brief summary of the concern.

Concerned parents are going to light those lines up.

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

3 Comments for NCAA set up a snitch hotline for COVID concerns

  1. Lip Man 1
    7:03 pm August 12, 2020 Permalink

    As well they should wouldn’t you say?

  2. Buttered Popcorn
    8:11 pm August 12, 2020 Permalink

    Agreed Lip Man. Sometimes institutions need a reminder from their own people to get things done, and in this case it may be implementing unprecedented but needed safety measures.

  3. kentuckybackupplayer
    10:11 am August 13, 2020 Permalink

    how about a snitch hotline for when emmert and his cronies conspire against the well being of college athletes.