The University of California Board of Regents on Thursday tabled a proposal to require that any bonuses coaches receive based on athletic performance be linked to meeting certain academic requirements, The Los Angeles Times reported. Some board members said that the academic standards were too low to be meaningful. Others said that the requirement could hurt recruiting, or could create incentives for athletes to be encouraged to avoid majors in which it might be difficult for them to earn good grades.
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