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OT: Proposed One-time Transfer Exemption

Discussion in 'George Mason Basketball' started by Pablo, Jan 31, 2020.

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    Pray to any god you support that bishop doesn’t get his waiver so we can for sure be better than some team not named Fordham next year
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    Jon Rothstein
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    Early prediction on St. Bonaventure's 20-21 starting five: Kyle Lofton, Dominick Welch, Jaren English, Anthony Roberts, Osun Osunniyi.
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    Jon Rothstein
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    Source: St. Bonaventure's Anthony Roberts has received a waiver from the NCAA and is eligible for the 20-21 season.

    Transfer from Kent State.
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    Jeff Goodman
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    They should have just implemented this for this season. Would have been logical.
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    Ross Dellenger
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    Athletes will be granted a penalty-free, 1-time transfer starting in 2021, per proposal sent to DI Council & obtained by @SINow. It’s expected to pass in January.

    FB/BSK players must notify school of transfer by May 1 each year.

    From @ByPatForde & me - https://bit.ly/3lENZhK

    "Under the proposal developed by the NCAA Working Group on Transfers, athletes are afforded a one-time transfer during their athletic careers without suffering the penalty of sitting out a season, reversing a policy from the 1960s. Fall and winter sport athletes would have to notify their schools of a transfer by May 1, with an exception extending the date to July 1 for an end-of-the-year head coaching change or the non-renewal of scholarships. Spring sport athletes would have until July 1 to notify schools of transfer. Athletes missing those deadlines would not be immediately eligible at their new school.

    In order to transfer and be eligible, athletes must also leave their previous school academically eligible, according to the proposal. An athlete’s previous school would not have any ability to object to the transfer. The legislation prohibits athletes from competing in the same academic season at two different schools."
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    Ralph D. Russo
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    Clarifying the NCAA's one-time transfer exception, which is on path to becoming available to all athletes next school year. If an athlete uses a one-time exception as an undergrad that athlete CANNOT then also transfer as a graduate student and play right away.

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