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bumping
 n.— «The main area in which the NCAA found violations was recruiting. The main offense was a practice called bumping, where Neuheisel or a member of his staff would run into a recruit during a period when contact was forbidden and claim it was coincidence. In 2002, Neuheisel told the NCAA that he and members of his staff had accidentally bumped into recruits on high school campuses.» —“Neuheisel’s odyssey begins and ends at UCLA” by Sam Allen in University of California-Los Angeles Daily Bruin (Los Angels, California) Sept. 21, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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