With all the rules and restrictions the NCAA has in place for its athletes these days, it’s tough to know what constitutes a violation and what doesn’t.
After three full seasons at a major Division I basketball program, Oklahoma Sooners guard James Fraschilla — son of ESPN broadcaster Fran Fraschilla — knows this as well as anybody.
So, when Fraschilla took a trip to Dave & Buster’s on Sunday, he decided to poke some fun at the NCAA’s strict rules by posing a question to his school’s compliance office. [tweet https://twitter.com/jamesfraschilla/status/468206692426321920 align=’center’]
Fraschilla followed that up with another snarky tweet.
To Oklahoma’s credit, the college’s compliance office assuaged Fraschilla’s fears by assuring the rising senior that he could keep the prizes reaped by his impressive output. [tweet https://twitter.com/OUCompliance/status/468398987335069698 align=’center’]
Let the good times roll in Norman.
Thumbnail photo via Twitter/@jamesfraschilla