College sports keeps changing and the transfer rules are about to go through another upheaval.
The NCAA Division I Council is recommending that the NCAA get rid of the “one-time” part of its transfer rule. Anyone would be able to transfer and have immediate eligibility, as long as they meet academic standards.
It means athletes could transfer multiple times and play immediately.
This, along with proposed transfer windows, would allow athletes to compete right away at their new school, as long as they have academic eligibility and they provide notification of the intention to transfer during the transfer window.
How long before athletes can play for 2 teams in the same season?
- With all this change, here’s a relevant interview this week between Lane Kiffin and Paul Finebaum.