She reported college football players for gang rape. Now she's on a mission.

A new college athletic policy called the “Tracy Rule” is gaining traction as more colleges are held accountable for the behavior of their student athletes. The Tracy Rule, which has been adopted by 12 NCAA schools so far, requires the self-reporting of pending and closed criminal investigations – including sexual assault. While broad in scope, it’s intended to put more pressure on colleges who have often let Title IX offenses go unnoticed or ignored.

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