A whole industry has sprung up to keep tabs on what student athletes are saying and doing online.
In fact, after the Manti Te'o girlfriend hoax story erupted, Notre Dame hinted that once the dust settled the university may revisit its approach when it comes to student athletes' use of social media.
In this special report, Diane Daniels takes a look at how some schools ban or monitor student athlete posts outright:
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