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There's still a chance for him to be able to play next year though, right? Because he payed his way through UT?
The NCAA rules seem to be based on attendance and not who paid.
By the way why does the NCAA regulate transfers from international, that is non-NCAA, schools?
This post was edited by Spartan_in_PA 17 months ago
Because they're to NCAA schools.
Yeah, I see your point. But at the same time, why wouldn't it be treated as a normal enrollment? Seems odd that his playing at UT would affect his eligibility at MSU. But whatever, I'm sure the NCAA has a very wise and judicial reason for their rules...
laconophilia is everywhere...
This. If the point is to discourage transfers from member schools (protecting those schools), to other member schools, why would you make it difficult to transfer into a member school from out of the NCAA?
Seems that is simply penalizing a member school.
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