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The NCAA has officially approved the one-time transfer rule, which will allow student-athletes to transfer once and be immediately eligible at their new school.
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Transfers

The Division I Board of Directors ratified the adoption of legislation expanding the one-time transfer exception to all student-athletes, no matter what sport they play. The Division I Council adopted the legislation, which allows all student-athletes who have not transferred in the past the opportunity to compete immediately after transfer once in their period of eligibility.

The rule is now effective and applies to all student-athletes who want to transfer for the first time for the 2021-22 academic year. If a student has previously transferred, the waiver process is available.
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college football free agency will ruin the game.
Reply6 days
NCAA Super Teams are coming
Reply10 days
Great for the student athletes, but just watch this process unfold. It’s about to be a complete circus with the transfer portal quadrupling the number of athletes. You may find teams looking completely different year to year. Good short term, may be bad long term.
Reply10 days
Can we just get rid of the NCAA? It's a relic. Unneeded and incompetent.
Reply10 days
This should be permanent. Why is the NCAA the governing body on where you can and can’t go to play sports. About time.
Reply11 days
Is this only for this year or is this permanent?
Reply11 days
Having to sit out a year is bull shite anyways. I transfered schools and couldnt compete my junior year. No point in it, I still got to have a good senior year in my sport, but it could have been better if I had experience as a junior, and given me a better than to go further with it. And it wasnt even the same sport that I played at first. Switched schools and sports and still had to sit.
Reply11 days
HS sports to clarify, not college but apples to apples. Coach O could really use the rule to his advantage.
11 days
Transfer rules freaking suck nowadays.
Reply11 days
Can they transfer mid season? This could get very WWE like. Player changes jerseys right before the game. "Good God in heaven! He's got a crimson jersey below the orange and blue! He's shaking hands with Nick Saban!"
Reply11 days
There goes that stacked QB room...
Reply11 days
TJ is gone no matter what. He would never break the top 3
11 days
Mulkey about to be stacked.
Reply11 days
ooooohhhhh. didn't even think about that. damn! so true. Baylor starters on their way to Tiger Town.
10 days
because 18 year olds rarely make split second bad decisions
Reply11 days
Que the "This will disproportionately effect black athletes" BS.
Reply11 days
Umm, pretty sure you meant affect, the verb, not effect, the noun, and stop the uselessness. More importantly, can we keep our talent and get more from elsewhere?
11 days
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