[caption id="attachment_45743" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Recruiting athletes via Twitter landed one coach in hot water."][/caption]

As technology evolves, recruiting parameters have become blurrier. In the last five years, the NCAA's microscope has tried to sharpen its focus on social media.

Of course, the NCAA didn't need a microscope to see what happened Tuesday.

Oklahoma University (OU) assistant coach Jay Norvell's Twitter feed was pouring out NCAA violations. They were all secondary in nature; that is, minor infractions not likely to bring any harsh penalties. But the tweets came with alarming frequency.

Six prospective student-athletes were contacted on...

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