Transfers - What's fair and what's not?

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    Transfers - What's fair and what's not?

    Bo Ryan came across as a small vindicative tryannt.  The NCAA showed once again it has no interest in looking out for the "student athlete."  The NCAA has so many rules in their 1000 page recruiting book - why don't they have a section on transfers?
    How about something simple like - after your freshman & sophomore year - sit out a year & transfer anywhere.
    Transfer in your junior year - can't transfer in conference but can play anywhere else if you sit out a year.
    The recruit is 17 or 18 years old and makes a mistake - doesn't like the school, misses Mom & Dad and some 50 year old "coach" is given the right to torment the young men.  Great system.
    What do our Boston schools do regarding transfers?  Anyone know? 
     
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    It's just one more example of how crooked the NCAA is.  Simple as that.
     
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    In Response to Re: Transfers - What's fair and what's not?:
    I've always hated the transfer rules, look at St. Joe's and the Todd O'Brien issue.  What irks me most is that coaches can come and go but a player can't without reprecussions.   I can understand not transferring within the same conference and being allowed to play the same year but other than that I side with the players. 
    Posted by Donnnn


    Coaches are paid, players aren't (supposedly).
     
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