Transfer Rules

CIS Will Allow Canadians to Return Without Penalty

Travis Paterson of Victoria News: Canadian Interuniversity Sport announced Tuesday it has removed its one-year penalty for Canadian student-athletes who transfer from the NCAA. Athletes can now return to Canada and play for a CIS team without sitting out a season which they previously had to do. CIS is Canada’s version of the NCAA. The […]

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The Major Questions in the Jovon Robinson Transcripts Debacle

Earlier today, Kyle Veazey of the Memphis Commercial Appeal broke the news that following an inquiry from the NCAA, a guidance counselor at the high school of Auburn freshman Jovon Robinson resigned after admitting to doctoring Robinson’s transcripts. While it sounds like the story is mostly over for the guidance counselor, it is just starting […]

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UConn Transfer Michael Bradley’s Bogus Journey

It’s been an eventful two years for former UConn forward Michael Bradley. After reportedly giving up his scholarship for Andre Drummond, but then not really, Bradley missed the 2011–12 season with an injury. After red-shirting for two straight years at UConn, Bradley left for Western Kentucky. He enrolled in summer school, hoping to get a […]

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Roscoe Smith’s Case Not Quite So Clear

Everything says Roscoe Smith, who transferred from UConn to UNLV, should not get a waiver to play immediately this year. The case seems so open and shut that UConn is unhappy the waiver was even filed and would be furious if it was granted. But UNLV has an argument and it is one so good […]

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