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Don't Bet On It!
The NCAA Bylaws prohibit all sports-related gambling activities.
1. Student-athletes may not knowingly provide information to individuals involved in organized gambling activities concerning intercollegiate athletics competition.
2. Student-athletes may not solicit a bet on any intercollegiate team or on any professional team.
3. Student-athletes may not accept a bet on any team representing the University of Denver or participate in any gambling activity that involves intercollegiate athletics through a bookmaker, a parlay card, or any other method employed by organized gambling. This includes a friendly "pool," internet or newspaper competition and fantasy leagues.
NCAA Bylaw 10.3
Any violation of the above regulations will be sanctioned as follows:
1. A student-athlete who attempts to influence the outcome or win-loss margins (i.e. point shaving) of an intercollegiate contest shall permanently lose all remaining regular-season and postseason eligibility in all sports.
2. A student-athlete who solicits or accepts a bet or participates in any gambling activity through a bookmaker, parlay card, or any other method employed by organized gambling that involves wagering on the University of Denver shall permanently lose all remaining regular-season and postseason eligibility in all sports.
3. A student-athlete who solicits or accepts a bet or participates in any gambling activity that involves intercollegiate athletics or professional athletics, through a bookmaker, parlay card, or any other method employed by organized gambling shall be ineligible for all regular-season and postseason competition for a minimum of one year and shall be charged with a minimum loss of one season of competition.
4. If a student-athlete is determined to have been involved in a second violation of any portion of 10.3, he or she shall permanently lose all remaining regular-season and postseason eligibility in all sports.
NCAA Bylaw 10.3.1
Also, student-athletes must not accept any "free rides" in the form of meals, presents, etc., to alter the outcome of any contest. You are required by both the Athletics Department and the NCAA to report any individual who offers gifts, money or favors in exchange for supplying information or attempting to alter the outcome of any contest.
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