Clemson University Compliance Services is devoted to educating and following the NCAA, ACC and Clemson's policies and procedures. In order to disseminate the rules, new legislation and institutional policies, Compliance services conducts a comprehensive rules education program for all coaches, staff, student-athletes and boosters.
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NCAA rules prohibit intercollegiate athletics staff members from placing bets (through organized means) on any sporting event, amateur or professional, in which the NCAA sponsors a championship. It is a violation of Federal Law to affect, or attempt to affect, the outcome of a collegiate contest. Additionally, it is not legal for anyone (coach, staff or booster) to provide information that can be used to bet on the outcome of a contest.