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West Virginia AD Luck Leaving School To Take Prominent Regulatory Position At NCAA

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The NCAA today named West Virginia AD OLIVER LUCK to the newly created position of Exec VP/Regulatory Affairs, which will bring the national office regulatory functions -- academic and membership affairs, the Eligibility Center and enforcement -- under one umbrella. Luck will begin the position ea...

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