Could a One-Time Waiver Rule Be “the Death of College Basketball”?
Fri Feb 21, 2020
After news broke this week that a one-time transfer waiver rule could be implemented throughout college sports, potentially as early as next season, basketball coaches began scouring rosters of programs a level down, preparing their lists to fill inevitable holes on their own team. “This will be the death of college basketball,” said one coach of a top-25 team.
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