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After all these years, Dave Odom finally lands Jason Parker!
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<a href="http://uscsports.ocsn.com/sports/m-baskbl/spec-rel/090502aaa.html" target="_blank">LMFAO</a>
09-05-2002 01:58 PM
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Do you think they will make him pee in a cup?
09-05-2002 02:05 PM
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Dave must be happy to finally be at a university that will allow Jason past the admissions board.
09-05-2002 02:06 PM
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Just curious about one thing, though. I thought there was some kind of rule against transfering in your own conference.

Way to go, Dave!
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Good point.
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He still has to pass all the admission tests. Dont they test for illegal substances in your blood? If ya got a rep and all.
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The SEC does not have a rule against intra-conference transfers.

Remember when Tubby went from Gawjaw to Keeeeeeentucky?
09-05-2002 02:18 PM
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Maybe this is only for football -- or maybe I'm just majorly crossing some wires here -- but I thought it was that you have to sit out one year if it's to a different conference and two years if it's a transfer within a conference.

Then again, I think you can walk on and play immediately.

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09-05-2002 02:20 PM
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That's exactly what I was thinking, JD.
09-05-2002 02:22 PM
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I also thought I'd heard that the extra year can be waived if the first school agrees to it, though -- for transfers within a conference, I mean.

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Actually, since UK booted him off the team I don't think this even qualifies as a typical transfer. UK forfeited their ownership of Parker as soon as they kicked him off the team and yanked his scholly.
09-05-2002 02:27 PM
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Good point. I think that means he should be allowed to play right away. I know it won't happen, but that should be a rule because once again, it is not a typical transfer.
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You still have to sit out 1 year for changing schools, whether or not it is a transfer.
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I know that is the rule. I just don't think that it should be. If a guy leaves on his own accord, I can see the logic in him sitting out. That way, people can't just transfer all over the place. But, if he's kicked out, I think he should be allowed to play right away.
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Then you'll have guys who get tired of one place and start acting up and breaking team rules just so they can get kicked off the team and go elsewhere.

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