What if Quidditch, the enchanted sport of wizards and witches featured in the Harry Potter books, were regulated by the NCAA?
TO: Albus Dumledore, Headmaster, Hogwart School of witchcraft and Wizardry
FROM: Committes on Infraction, National Collegiate Athletic Association
RE: Possible violations of NCAA regulations by student-athlete Harry Potter and others
Sir: Was have come into possession of several infractions within your Quidditch program.
I. Impermissible Recruiting Activity; Use of Ineligible Student-Athlete
Student-athletes Harry Potter was recruited in his first year at Hogwarts, in direct violation of the NCAA's ban on Quiditch freshaman eligibility. One professor admits going to you to "see if we can't bend the first-year rule. Heaven knowsw we need a better team than last year."
II. Improper Benefits
Student-athlete Draco Malfoy allegedly was placed on the Quidditch squad only after his gather, a Hogwaarts booster, gave a "generous gift" of new, state-of-the-art broomsticks to a number of student-athletes. Malfoy "had to buy [his] way in,' says a fellow student. As you know, alumni contributions and benefits to student-athletes are severely restricted by NCAA rules.