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NCAA Rule Change Will Prohibit Schools from Blocking Student-Athlete Transfers (Week 3)

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

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ADAM WELLS

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JUNE 13, 2018

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FILE - In this March 18, 2015, file photo, the NCAA logo is at center court as work continues at The Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, for the NCAA college basketball second and third round games. The NCAA is moving toward reforming transfer rules. There is much work to be done and any drastic changes are likely a few years away. New transfer rules will be rooted in academics, and could give higher achieving students more freedom while limiting who might be less likely to graduate if they switch schools.(AP Photo/Keith Srakocic, File)

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Keith Srakocic/Associated Press

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The NCAA is changing a rule that allows schools to block student-athletes from transferring to different programs.

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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.

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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.

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Mack Tarver Jr. (Apr 10 2019 11:08AM) : Another Transfer Rule more

I also agree with this rule because it is only fair. To be able to transfer even though you can play two games is incredible. If you are an athlete you would know how lucky you feel.

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Under the old transfer model, student-athletes had to receive permission from their current schools to contact a different university before they were allowed to receive a scholarship offer.

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Mack Tarver Jr. (Apr 10 2019 11:05AM) : Transfer Policy more

I like this a lot and agree with this rule. It is only fair if an athlete lets their current team know what is going on with before making a long term decision.

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"This creates a safe place for student-athletes to have a conversation with their coaches and makes the whole process more transparent," said Nicholas Clark, a Division I student-athlete advisory committee representative. "This will clean the process up and give more influence and flexibility to the student-athlete."

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Schools have drawn criticism for preventing a student-athlete from transferring to a program that better suits them, either academically or in their chosen sport.

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For instance, in May 2017, Kansas State football coach Bill Snyder initially blocked 35 schools for wide receiver Corey Sutton to attend when he informed the Wildcats he wanted to transfer. None of the options were in the Big 12.

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Mack Tarver Jr. (Apr 10 2019 11:09AM) : Transfer more

This is nice and easy! To be able to leave schools without any problems is terrific.

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Sutton was granted his release in June 2017 and transferred to Appalachian State.

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The new transfer rule goes into effect Oct. 15.

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DMU Timestamp: March 29, 2019 18:11

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