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NCAA Rule Change Will Prohibit Schools from Blocking Student-Athlete Transfers

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  • NCAA Rule Change Will Prohibit Schools from Blocking Student-Athlete Transfers

    The NCAA is changing a rule that allows schools to block student-athletes from transferring to different programs.
    Per NCAA.org's Michelle Brutlag Hosick, the Division I Council approved a new "notification-of-transfer" rule that requires schools to enter a student who wishes to transfer into the national transfer database. At that point, coaches from other schools are free to contact the student.
    Per Hosick, starting with the upcoming 2018-19 academic year, the council also ruled athletes can play in up to four games each season without losing a season of competition.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2...mming-national
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    A coach that the player has built a relationship with can leave at any moment. If that player is willing g to sit a year he can follow that coach.
    not a bad rule at all.

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      I like the rule that allows a kid to play up to four games and not lose a season of eligibility. Great for kids who are redshirted but risk having it pulled because they're needed in a game.
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      NCAA Rule Change Will Prohibit Schools from Blocking Student-Athlete Transfers

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