Report: NCAA approves one-time transfer rule

The NCAA unanimously approved a rule that will allow student-athletes in all sports to be eligible immediately after their first transfer, The Athletic reported Wednesday.In February, the NCAA revealed provisions for the new rule. Approval for all first-time transfers from four-year schools would be allowed provided they receive a transfer release from their previous school, leave their previous school academically eligible, maintain their academic progress at the new school and leave under no disciplinary suspension.Previously, a player who transferred would have to sit out a year before participating in football, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball and men’s ice hockey, unless that player received a waiver from the NCAA.Transferring between schools among student athletes was rampant even before the rule. There are currently more than 1,400 Division I men’s basketball players in the transfer portal.The new transfer criteria is expected to be in place for the 2020-21 school year.”The current system is unsustainable. Working group members believe it’s time to bring our transfer rules more in line with today’s college landscape,” working group chair Jon Steinbrecher, commissioner of the Mid-American Conference, said in a February news release. “This concept provides a uniform approach that is understandable, predictable and objective. Most importantly, it benefits students. …

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