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Old 05-17-2018, 08:09 AM
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Default Belk situation shows Brownell's comments were correct

Hopefully you saw our interview with coach Brownell from earlier this week at the ACC Spring Meetings. He talked about how the new transfer rules would create a lot of friction between coaches. He said the current graduation transfer rule already does but this will be much worse.

Belk situation a good example of how things may be.
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Old 05-17-2018, 08:40 AM
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Default Re: Belk situation shows Brownell's comments were correct

You ain't seen nothing yet. Players are (have) becoming free agents.
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Old 05-17-2018, 08:58 AM
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Yeah, Dabo said the other day the coaches seemed to agree that the rule will be changed, but they hope they can at least keep the one-year having to sit out rule in place in order to keep it from being a total mess.
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Old 05-17-2018, 09:48 AM
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Yeah, Dabo said the other day the coaches seemed to agree that the rule will be changed, but they hope they can at least keep the one-year having to sit out rule in place in order to keep it from being a total mess.
I don’t understand how the ncaa could look at allowing players to transfer without any consequence(sitting out a year etc..) and think it won’t be a total disaster. Coaches are going to be forced to recruit not only new players for incoming years, but they’re also going to have to recruit their own dang roster for the 3-5 years they’re here just to be able to field a team. It’s ridiculous.


But the ncaa has proven their dumbassness time and time again
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Old 05-17-2018, 10:26 AM
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Default Re: Belk situation shows Brownell's comments were correct

Commitment means nothing in today's world. I want it all and I want it now.
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Old 05-17-2018, 10:51 AM
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I don’t understand how the ncaa could look at allowing players to transfer without any consequence(sitting out a year etc..) and think it won’t be a total disaster. Coaches are going to be forced to recruit not only new players for incoming years, but they’re also going to have to recruit their own dang roster for the 3-5 years they’re here just to be able to field a team. It’s ridiculous.


But the ncaa has proven their dumbassness time and time again
Can someone explain the logic that this is even being debated/considered? Why would the NCAA ever think this was needed?
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Old 05-17-2018, 01:52 PM
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Can someone explain the logic that this is even being debated/considered? Why would the NCAA ever think this was needed?
Whether real or not I can imagine some "elite" coaches liking the idea of using the lesser P5 schools like Junior Colleges. No problem having guys who may never be first string leave your program if you can keep the revolving door going with kids who performed way above expectations/rankings in one or a few years at a mid-range program. Etc.

I'm not that close to it so it's just conjecture. But doesn't seem far fetched given comments and actions by some coaches with teams that typically hover in the top 25.
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