The transfer portal has been a big story in college sports lately. Recently, the NCAA has been extremely lax on the requirements for athletes to receive eligibility exemptions that allow them to change schools without having to take a year off. Many believe that the easy requirements allow players to switch too easily and too often.
The NCAA has acknowledged these concerns and it appears they have at least begun making some changes for the 2023-24 academic year.
The new waiver requirements state that the only way a player can be granted a second transfer exemption is because of physical or mental health conditions or other “threatening” circumstances (i.e. if they are unrelated to athletics, such as a sportsmanship). B. Victims of abuse or physical harm).
This is one of the best possible changes that could be made. College athletes transfer for a variety of reasons, many of which go well beyond the sport they play. Making the transfer too difficult would be an unfair weight for some players.
However, this prevents athletes from entering the portal just for trivial reasons like game time or to play for a larger market school.
Most fans are happy about this new regulation, which should significantly slow down the “Wild West” of the transfer portal in its current state.
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https://kpel965.com/new-ncaa-rule-spells-end-for-transfer-portals-wild-west/ End of the new NCAA rule sayings for the “Wild West” of the transfer portal