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This Will Come Up in Recruiting

The Washington area already is a hotbed for division I-AA coaches looking for lesser-known talented players or others who perhaps slipped through the cracks. With many top teams in the region -- James Madison, Richmond, William & Mary, Delaware, for starters -- I am certain this new item will be mentioned by schools recruiting against the Blue Hens.

With Delaware poised to legalize sports wagering, the NCAA is poised to impose one of its lesser-known rules on the state's college programs: Banning them from hosting postseason athletic contests. So if Delaware's football team is good enough to earn a top seed in the I-AA tournament, it will have to go on the road.

While this might not seem like much, in the world of recruiting, where every little tidbit is used to an advantage, be sure that prospective players will be hearing about this.

By Josh Barr  | May 13, 2009; 2:15 PM ET
Categories:  Basketball, Football  
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