UCF placekicker gives up eligibility for YouTube videos - Miami Herald

UCF kicker Donald De La Haye has made the decision to give up football rather than give up making advertising money from videos on YouTube that he produced. The university released a statement Monday saying De La Haye did not accept the conditions ...

UCF Kicker Ruled Ineligible After Rejecting NCAA's Demand To Stop Making Sports YouTube Videos - Deadspin

After trying to fight for his right to vlog behind closed doors, UCF kicker Donald De La Haye took his clash with the NCAA public in June, blasting the governing body of college athletics for threatening to revoke his eligibility if he continued to ...

Opting not to comply with NCAA conditions for YouTube channel, UCF's Donald De La Haye ruled ineligible - Yahoo Sports

Last month, De La Haye said he met with UCF's compliance office about monetizing from the videos he posts on his popular YouTube channel. In a statement released Monday, UCF said it submitted a waiver to the NCAA on his behalf, asking if De La Haye ...

UCF's Donald De La Haye ruled ineligible because of YouTube channel - FanSided

The NCAA absolutely got it wrong by ruling UCF Knights kicker Donald De La Haye ineligible because he refused to demonetize his popular YouTube channel. There is nothing worse than an outdated entity that hinders one's ability to be entrepreneurial.