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RE: newest NCAA rule change proposal
(02-01-2018 01:51 PM)eagle04 Wrote:  
(02-01-2018 01:26 PM)WKUYG Wrote:  
(02-01-2018 11:05 AM)eagle04 Wrote:  
(01-31-2018 06:14 PM)WKUYG Wrote:  
(01-31-2018 05:32 PM)eagle04 Wrote:  Players should commit to schools/programs, not to the coaches.

Allowing players to leave, if a coach does, is going to be chaos.

Just think about how many coaches left this year. You could have programs decimated if a coach left.

That should be a two way street Schools should commit to players for 4 years instead of having the choice to NOT renew their scholarship every year

Can you give an example of when a player who was already on scholarship had theirs taken away?

You think every transfer is the players choice? If you are asking for a example of this I believe it was Middle (might have been another CUSA school) that signed a kicker late and did not have a scholarship so they refused to renew the kicker's scholarship.


Quote:http://www.al.com/sports/index.ssf/2011/...ome_a.html

As a redshirting freshman in 2004, he found a spot as a scout-team quarterback. But a few months later, Holtz was replaced by Steve Spurrier.

Mullins was moved to wide receiver, and during his first spring under Spurrier was listed on the depth chart. That summer, however, Mullins received a call from Spurrier, who said his scholarship had been rescinded.

So you went back over a decade to find one example and an exception to this rule, at that.

No I did a search and that popped up....

You asked for a example. If you don't think it happens do your own research
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RE: newest NCAA rule change proposal
Hey Gunz, hasn’t WKU basically done this the last couple of years with the “medical exemption” on a few basketball players? Basically saying hit the road? Correct me if I’m wrong.
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(02-01-2018 03:35 PM)Theflash Wrote:  Hey Gunz, hasn’t WKU basically done this the last couple of years with the “medical exemption” on a few basketball players? Basically saying hit the road? Correct me if I’m wrong.

Yep and it happens just about with every coaching change. New coach walks in and needs scholarships and tells a kid they don't fit into their plans. Most if not all look for another school. But if the kids said I want to play here the coach has the right to say nope. Western use the medical because of APR numbers
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Yeah, I think we find guys other places to play, in hoops, if they are not "up to snuff" after a couple of years on the roster. So at least Kermit does help them out that way.

I know college baseball is very bad about this. Our MT baseball coaches have a policy NOT to do it, and we are stuck with bad pitchers for several years.

I heard the new UT-obKnoxiousville coach signed something like 20 baseball guys this past year, promising them scholies..............
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