Transfers

 

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Here’s the rationale provided by the National Federation for the transfer/residency rule:

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While we keep working on the language of the Transfer Rule, we harbor no illusions that it will become simpler to understand and enforce. 

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In a typical year, the Executive Committee will receive approximately 290 requests to waive the transfer regulation, approving approximately 60 percent of those requests.

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The transfer/residency rule is a legally and historically tested but still imperfect tool to control athletic-motivated transfers and other abuses. 

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Transfer rules are designed in part to protect those who are not unhappy, who are not dissatisfied with a coach or playing time . . .

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There are two visual aids to bring to the discussion of the transfer rule serving school sports in Michigan.

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The MHSAA does not have subpoena power, can’t perform wiretaps, and cannot devote the personnel and other resources that an investigations department would require.

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The rule, as written, with 15 pretty cut-and-dried exceptions, is consistently applied.

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