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Singing With Saquon? Current Stars Should Take NCAA at Its Word and Cash in Now on YouTube - Sports Illustrated;

Singing With Saquon? Current Stars Should Take NCAA at Its Word and Cash in Now on YouTube - Sports Illustrated

Sports IllustratedSinging With Saquon? Current Stars Should Take NCAA at Its Word and Cash in Now on YouTubeSports IllustratedCollege football's stars should take advantage of the NCAA's precise wording—"making a YouTube video—and even making money off of it—is not a violation"—and cash in on the viewership awaiting on YouTube. Share. Andy Staples. 34 minutes ago.and more »

UCF Kicker Ruled Ineligible by NCAA for Monetizing YouTube Videos - ExpressNewsline;

UCF Kicker Ruled Ineligible by NCAA for Monetizing YouTube Videos - ExpressNewsline

ExpressNewslineUCF Kicker Ruled Ineligible by NCAA for Monetizing YouTube VideosExpressNewslineThe university released a statement Monday saying De La Haye did not accept the conditions of a waiver received from the NCAA and has been ruled ineligible to compete. "Contrary to misperceptions, making a YouTube video - and even making money off ...and more »

Central Florida kicker ruled ineligible over YouTube videos - WGRZ-TV;

Central Florida kicker ruled ineligible over YouTube videos - WGRZ-TV

WGRZ-TVCentral Florida kicker ruled ineligible over YouTube videosWGRZ-TVDonald De La Haye, the Central Florida kicker who got into some hot water with the school over his YouTube videos, has been ruled ineligible. De La Haye is a marketing major and the videos are a good learning tool for him in his chosen career path.and more »

College football player loses scholarship over his YouTube channel - Engadget;

College football player loses scholarship over his YouTube channel - Engadget

EngadgetCollege football player loses scholarship over his YouTube channelEngadgetYouTube views can translate into serious dollars, but if you're a student athlete, you may want to think twice about trying to earn money on the platform. A football player for the University of Central Florida has lost his place in the team, and hence ...and more »

Football player loses NCAA fight then unloads fury on Twitter - New York Post;

Football player loses NCAA fight then unloads fury on Twitter - New York Post

New York PostFootball player loses NCAA fight then unloads fury on TwitterNew York PostThe governing body ruled University of Central Florida kicker Donald De La Haye ineligible Monday, according to Sports Illustrated, over his refusal to back down from monetizing his YouTube videos. The rising junior left his eligibility in the hands of ...and more »

NCAA: UCF kicker chooses YouTube over football - WKMG Orlando

NCAA: UCF kicker chooses YouTube over footballWKMG OrlandoORLANDO, Fla. - A University of Central Florida place-kicker who has tens of thousands of subscribers on YouTube has opted to waive his eligibility so he can continue filming videos, according to a statement from the school's athletic department ...and more »

UCF placekicker gives up eligibility for YouTube videos - Miami Herald

UCF placekicker gives up eligibility for YouTube videosMiami HeraldUCF 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 ...and more »

Don't demonize NCAA, UCF because kicker chose YouTube over football - Orlando Sentinel;

Don't demonize NCAA, UCF because kicker chose YouTube over football - Orlando Sentinel

Orlando SentinelDon't demonize NCAA, UCF because kicker chose YouTube over footballOrlando SentinelIs UCF kicker Donald De La Haye making a big mistake by choosing not to abide by the NCAA's rules? (Jacob Langston / Orlando Sentinel). Orlando Sentinel. Privacy Policy · UCF kicker Donald De La Haye has made a big mistake. He has chosen to become ...and more »

De La Haye ineligibility another blow to hope for change in NCAA - FanRag Sports (blog);

De La Haye ineligibility another blow to hope for change in NCAA - FanRag Sports (blog)

FanRag Sports (blog)De La Haye ineligibility another blow to hope for change in NCAAFanRag Sports (blog)Donald De La Haye's decision to side with his heart might have cost him a career in football, but it also makes him a point of emphasis in the age-old conversation between the players and NCAA, a money-making sports machine directly benefitting from ...and more »

UCF kicker ruled ineligible by university over YouTube monetization - FanRag Sports (blog);

UCF kicker ruled ineligible by university over YouTube monetization - FanRag Sports (blog)

FanRag Sports (blog)UCF kicker ruled ineligible by university over YouTube monetizationFanRag Sports (blog)Central Florida Knights kicker Donald De La Haye was ruled ineligible by the the university Monday. De La Haye's ineligibility stems from his monetization of his popular YouTube channel, which the school is deeming a big no-no. De La Haye has already ...and more »

UCF Rules Kicker Ineligible After He Profited off YouTube - The Ringer (blog);

UCF Rules Kicker Ineligible After He Profited off YouTube - The Ringer (blog)

The Ringer (blog)UCF Rules Kicker Ineligible After He Profited off YouTubeThe Ringer (blog)In June, the University of Central Florida gave junior kicker Donald De La Haye a choice: stop monetizing his athletics-related YouTube videos or be forced off the team. De La Haye picked YouTube, and on Monday, his school declared him ineligible.and more »

UCF Kicker Ruled Ineligible After YouTube Channel Gets Him in Trouble with NCAA - Sports Illustrated;

UCF Kicker Ruled Ineligible After YouTube Channel Gets Him in Trouble with NCAA - Sports Illustrated

Sports IllustratedUCF Kicker Ruled Ineligible After YouTube Channel Gets Him in Trouble with NCAASports IllustratedUCF kicker Donald De La Haye has been ruled ineligible after he refused to give in to the NCAA's demand for him to stop monetizing his popular YouTube channel. De La Haye, a junior kickoff specialist, has a YouTube channel with over 90,000 subscribers ...and more »

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

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

DeadspinUCF Kicker Ruled Ineligible After Rejecting NCAA's Demand To Stop Making Sports YouTube VideosDeadspinAfter 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 ...and more »

UCF kicker Donald De La Haye gives up football for YouTube stardom - Sporting News;

UCF kicker Donald De La Haye gives up football for YouTube stardom - Sporting News

Sporting NewsUCF kicker Donald De La Haye gives up football for YouTube stardomSporting NewsJuly 31, 2017 5:58pm EDT July 31, 2017 5:46pm EDT American Football, English, NCAA Division I FBS, Central Florida The school had applied for a waiver, but the NCAA refused to allow him to earn money from "athletically-related" videos. UCF football ...and more »

Donald De La Haye ruled ineligible by NCAA over YouTube account - Sportsnaut;

Donald De La Haye ruled ineligible by NCAA over YouTube account - Sportsnaut

SportsnautDonald De La Haye ruled ineligible by NCAA over YouTube accountSportsnautDonald De La Haye is now a former member of the UCF football team after refusing to comply with the NCAA about his YouTube account. This is something the kicker has been wrestling with for a while now, and we covered his initial interaction with the ...and more »

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

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

Yahoo SportsOpting not to comply with NCAA conditions for YouTube channel, UCF's Donald De La Haye ruled ineligibleYahoo SportsLast 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 ...and more »

UCF kicker chooses YouTube over football, ruled ineligible for 2017 - Saturday Down South;

UCF kicker chooses YouTube over football, ruled ineligible for 2017 - Saturday Down South

Saturday Down SouthUCF kicker chooses YouTube over football, ruled ineligible for 2017Saturday Down SouthIn June, UCF kicker Donald De La Haye told his YouTube followers that he had a choice of either quitting college sports or quitting his popular, money-making YouTube videos. It appears that YouTube won out, as De La Haye has been ruled ineligible by ...and more »

Donald De La Haye, UCF Kicker, Ruled Ineligible Over YouTube Monetization - International Business Times;

Donald De La Haye, UCF Kicker, Ruled Ineligible Over YouTube Monetization - International Business Times

International Business TimesDonald De La Haye, UCF Kicker, Ruled Ineligible Over YouTube MonetizationInternational Business TimesUniversity of Central Florida kicker Donald De La Haye was ruled ineligible by the NCAA Monday after he refused to shut down or demonetize his popular YouTube channel. The UCF kicker's YouTube channel, “Deestroying,” is closing in on nearly 100,000 ...and more »

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

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

FanSidedUCF's Donald De La Haye ruled ineligible because of YouTube channelFanSidedThe 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.and more »

NCAA rules mean a UCF player's ineligible because of YouTube, and that's as dumb as it sounds - SB Nation;

NCAA rules mean a UCF player's ineligible because of YouTube, and that's as dumb as it sounds - SB Nation

SB NationNCAA rules mean a UCF player's ineligible because of YouTube, and that's as dumb as it soundsSB NationUCF kicker Donald De La Haye has a YouTube channel. De La Haye has produced and starred in dozens of his own videos, some of which have garnered hundreds of thousands of views. De La Haye's account is “monetized,” to use YouTube's term, which ...and more »