Transfers

 

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The fact is, the future of the transfer rule will be less about extending its reach and more about retaining its existence.

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Mishandling transfers is still the No. 1 cause of forfeitures in Michigan high school sports.

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This is not really school-sponsored, educational athletics. It’s becoming a recruiting service.

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What most negatively affects the administration of the existing transfer rule is the reluctance of administrators and coaches to report directly the violations they observe personally.

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Before our friends and allies turn their backs on us, they need to turn in the transfer situations where the rules already apply, and the undue influence (recruiting) they can document.

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Over the years, some states have relaxed their transfer rule and others have refined their transfer rule. In either case, the transfer rule remains an imperfect rule, an imperfect net.

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We were criticized during 2013-14 for being too suspicious, but the results of 2013-14 will make us even more suspicious in 2014-15.

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One single rule, with no exceptions, doesn’t work. It’s either too lenient in some cases or it’s too limiting in others.

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