NCAA Shuts Down GoFundMe That Trevor Lawrence Started For Coronavirus Victims (VIDEO)

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The NCAA always thumbing their nose in things that really shouldn’t concern them.

Another example of that was Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence and his girlfriend starting a GoFundMe in order to help the many victims of the coronavirus. According to TheState.com, the NCAA looked into it and shut it down.

“Clemson star quarterback Trevor Lawrence and his girlfriend Marissa Mowry, who plays soccer at Anderson University, tried to do what they could to help coronavirus victims, but NCAA rules prohibited them from going through with their plan.”

Lawrence and his girlfriend had raised $2,670 before it was shut down.

“A Clemson official confirmed that Lawrence and Mowry were not allowed to have the GoFundMe account active due to NCAA rules that prohibit using name, image and likeness for crowd funding.”

Mowry had this to say:

“Unfortunately Trevor cannot be a part of this anymore due to compliance and some rules, so he can’t help out anymore,” Mowry said in a video on her Instagram page. “And also we have to take down the GoFundMe page.”

The report states that the $2,670 that was raised before the shutdown will make its way to Meals on Wheels America and No Kid Hungry.