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    Re: Jared Terell asks for release of LOI at OSU

    Quote Originally Posted by CyKings View Post
    No... no it is not. Some schools try to block you from going to a conference school, but it brings them negative publicity and generally they stopped doing that (see wiscy with uthoff). But no you do not have to sit out 2 years, I know the NCAA has dumb rules, but that would be a really dumb rule even for them.
    Pretty sure that it's a rule in most conferences unless the school in which the player departs from waves it, but that never really happens. Only reason Uthoff didn't have to sit two full years was because he supposedly walked on to the Iowa program with no assurances of receiving a scholarship after leaving Wisconsin. Kansas in recent years had a WR that transferred in from Oklahoma that was tabbed to sit out two years, I know they tried to fight it but I'm not 100% sure how that turned out.



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    Re: Jared Terell asks for release of LOI at OSU

    Quote Originally Posted by CYphyllis View Post
    Pretty sure that it's a rule in most conferences unless the school in which the player departs from waves it, but that never really happens. Only reason Uthoff didn't have to sit two full years was because he supposedly walked on to the Iowa program with no assurances of receiving a scholarship after leaving Wisconsin. Kansas in recent years had a WR that transferred in from Oklahoma that was tabbed to sit out two years, I know they tried to fight it but I'm not 100% sure how that turned out.
    The question I have is do those rules only apply to enrolled students. He's not transferring, just being released from an LOI. Totally different situation from Uthoff.



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    Re: Jared Terell asks for release of LOI at OSU

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    I predict Travis Ford will not be employed at OSU within 2 years
    How long ago was it people were saying the same about Baylor's coach?




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    Re: Jared Terell asks for release of LOI at OSU

    Quote Originally Posted by NorthCyd View Post
    The question I have is do those rules only apply to enrolled students. He's not transferring, just being released from an LOI. Totally different situation from Uthoff.
    Being that he signed an LOI they could potentially block conference schools as part of the release agreement I believe.



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    Re: Jared Terell asks for release of LOI at OSU

    Quote Originally Posted by CYphyllis View Post
    Pretty sure that it's a rule in most conferences unless the school in which the player departs from waves it, but that never really happens. Only reason Uthoff didn't have to sit two full years was because he supposedly walked on to the Iowa program with no assurances of receiving a scholarship after leaving Wisconsin. Kansas in recent years had a WR that transferred in from Oklahoma that was tabbed to sit out two years, I know they tried to fight it but I'm not 100% sure how that turned out.
    I still think it's a case by case basis and not a "rule" per-se. Maybe a rule-of-thumb. I think it says a lot about a school/coach and how he treats his players. Wisconsin got some negative PR for how they handled the whole Uthoff situation period.

    Regardless I think the NCAA needs to somehow come up with a uniform set of rules, that can be enforced better. But who doesn't think that these days.


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    Re: Jared Terell asks for release of LOI at OSU

    I think the thing with Grandstaff is that his pops is pretty hands on. Maybe that's a dynamic Fred would just as soon not introduce to the locker room.


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    Re: Jared Terell asks for release of LOI at OSU

    I think we saw this year that Barnes is a better coach than many give him credit for. Webber is not as bad a recruiter as people hammered him for, and even Drew can coach a little…but I think we want Ford coaching the talent OK State's cash brings in for as long as possible.



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    Re: Jared Terell asks for release of LOI at OSU

    Quote Originally Posted by CyKings View Post
    I still think it's a case by case basis and not a "rule" per-se. Maybe a rule-of-thumb. I think it says a lot about a school/coach and how he treats his players. Wisconsin got some negative PR for how they handled the whole Uthoff situation period.

    Regardless I think the NCAA needs to somehow come up with a uniform set of rules, that can be enforced better. But who doesn't think that these days.
    From the Big XII rules:

    6.3 Intraconference Transfers. The eligibility of a student-athlete who transfers directly
    or indirectly from one Conference Member Institution to another shall be determined
    by NCAA regulations and the following Conference requirements. In the event NCAA 28
    regulations require the student-athlete to complete one full academic year in residence
    before being eligible to compete in a sport, the student-athlete shall also forfeit one
    season of competition in that sport. The waiver of a NCAA transfer regulation for a
    student-athlete does not negate the need for a waiver of this section.


    6.3.1 4-2-4 Transfers. A 4-2-4 transfer student-athlete who is in compliance with
    NCAA Bylaw 14.5.6 must complete one full academic year in residence before
    being eligible to compete in a sport and forfeit one season of competition
    unless, in sports other than football or basketball, the director of athletics
    of the Conference Member Institution of initial enrollment consents in
    writing to the student-athlete’s enrollment at the second Conference Member
    Institution. Any consent given relating to the indirect intraconference transfer
    may be unconditional or conditioned on the student-athlete completing one
    full academic year in residence at the second conference Member Institution
    before competing.


    Pretty sure when they say forfiet a year of eligability they aren't talking about a red shirt year, they are saying you lose one of your four years of eligability. The big Ten adopted this rule a few years back as seen in this article about the Uthoff situation here. They don't want students going to other conference schools where they can provide knowledge to a competitor. However, I don't think these would apply to a recruit who's signed an LOI. It is probably based entirely on the agreement between the school and the recruit.



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    Re: Jared Terell asks for release of LOI at OSU

    Quote Originally Posted by NorthCyd View Post
    From the Big XII rules:

    6.3 Intraconference Transfers. The eligibility of a student-athlete who transfers directly
    or indirectly from one Conference Member Institution to another shall be determined
    by NCAA regulations and the following Conference requirements. In the event NCAA 28
    regulations require the student-athlete to complete one full academic year in residence
    before being eligible to compete in a sport, the student-athlete shall also forfeit one
    season of competition in that sport. The waiver of a NCAA transfer regulation for a
    student-athlete does not negate the need for a waiver of this section.


    6.3.1 4-2-4 Transfers. A 4-2-4 transfer student-athlete who is in compliance with
    NCAA Bylaw 14.5.6 must complete one full academic year in residence before
    being eligible to compete in a sport and forfeit one season of competition
    unless, in sports other than football or basketball, the director of athletics
    of the Conference Member Institution of initial enrollment consents in
    writing to the student-athlete’s enrollment at the second Conference Member
    Institution. Any consent given relating to the indirect intraconference transfer
    may be unconditional or conditioned on the student-athlete completing one
    full academic year in residence at the second conference Member Institution
    before competing.


    Pretty sure when they say forfiet a year of eligability they aren't talking about a red shirt year, they are saying you lose one of your four years of eligability. The big Ten adopted this rule a few years back as seen in this article about the Uthoff situation here. They don't want students going to other conference schools where they can provide knowledge to a competitor. However, I don't think these would apply to a recruit who's signed an LOI. It is probably based entirely on the agreement between the school and the recruit.
    Fair enough I guess it is a rule, but I read it more like you still only sit out 1 year, but you lose that year of eligibility, instead of "redshirting" and still maintaining that year of eligibility. For example with say Nader's transfer, he sat a year, and has 2 years of eligibility left... if he had transferred from another big 12 school, it would be sit 1 year, for 1 year of eligibility left.

    At least that's how I interpret it. I don't think they make them sit for 2 years, because that would be way too big of a risk for a team to take on, and hope they are still good 2 years from now, without having played a minute.


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    Re: Jared Terell asks for release of LOI at OSU

    I've never heard of a player sitting 2 years. The way the rule reads to me is that is that you lose the year of eligibility that you sit. If you've already burned your r.s. year they won't grant you a 6th year to play your 4. I think the way the Uthoff deal went down is pretty standard when transferring in conference in that he had to pay his own way the year he sat out.



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    Re: Jared Terell asks for release of LOI at OSU

    Quote Originally Posted by CyKings View Post
    Fair enough I guess it is a rule, but I read it more like you still only sit out 1 year, but you lose that year of eligibility, instead of "redshirting" and still maintaining that year of eligibility. For example with say Nader's transfer, he sat a year, and has 2 years of eligibility left... if he had transferred from another big 12 school, it would be sit 1 year, for 1 year of eligibility left.

    At least that's how I interpret it. I don't think they make them sit for 2 years, because that would be way too big of a risk for a team to take on, and hope they are still good 2 years from now, without having played a minute.
    I guess I wasn't very clear. I didn't mean they have to sit 2 years. Just that the one year they sit can't be a redshirt year and has to count against their 4 years of eligibility, as you say with the Nader hypothetical.



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    Re: Jared Terell asks for release of LOI at OSU

    Quote Originally Posted by Aclone View Post
    How long ago was it people were saying the same about Baylor's coach?
    Scott Drew (8-4) vs. Travis Ford (1-5) in the NCAA tournament is not even comparable.



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    Re: Jared Terell asks for release of LOI at OSU

    With the length of this Terrell thread, I assume he is now committed to the Clones?



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    Re: Jared Terell asks for release of LOI at OSU

    Quote Originally Posted by HFCS View Post
    I think we saw this year that Barnes is a better coach than many give him credit for. Webber is not as bad a recruiter as people hammered him for, and even Drew can coach a little…but I think we want Ford coaching the talent OK State's cash brings in for as long as possible.
    Probably a better coach than many give him credit, however taking a talented team (last year) and turning them into a dumpster fire, doesn't warrant coach of the year the following year when the team plays up to their talent level.


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    Re: Jared Terell asks for release of LOI at OSU

    Quote Originally Posted by 19210 View Post
    Isn't it a conference rule that you have to sit for two years?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CYphyllis View Post
    Pretty sure that it's a rule in most conferences unless the school in which the player departs from waves it, but that never really happens.
    No

    Quote Originally Posted by CyKings View Post
    Fair enough I guess it is a rule, but I read it more like you still only sit out 1 year, but you lose that year of eligibility, instead of "redshirting" and still maintaining that year of eligibility.
    Correct. You sit out a year but also lose that year of eligibility. You do NOT sit out two years. Ever.



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