Naah. Its the players, not the schools. If the NCAA wants to slow it down then (M)

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By HINYG8 on 07:45:09 04/17/19
[In reply to "Proposed rule to be voted on Friday. Grad transfers would count against scholarship limit for 2 years, regardless how " by Mark, posted at 04:55:04 04/17/19]

if a kid transfers they lose a year of eligibility, unless they have graduated already. So if I switch after my freshman year, I've only got 2 years left to play. But I don't have to sit out a season.

Not sure I like that either, but IMO it goes closer to the source and matching the negative impact to the decision maker. 'Punishing' the school because a kid wants to move is just like the NCAA: taking a ruler to the kid that didn't do anything.

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