Oklahoma Basketball Player Trolls NCAA While Playing Pop-A-Shot (Photo)

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.

[tweet https://twitter.com/jamesfraschilla/status/468208123204087808 align=’center’]

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

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