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PostPosted: 11/04/19 12:09 pm    ::: NCAA transfer waiver and appeal statistics Reply Reply with quote

Per Jeff Jacobs' column yesterday:
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According to its May 2019 report, a total of 296 Division I waivers were considered by the NCAA from Feb. 1 to April 30 this year. Of them, 254 were approved. Among the 42 rejected, nine were appealed. Only three of the nine were overturned. This, of course, doesn’t include the recent slew of basketball decisions including the rejection of the appeal of South Carolina’s Destiny Littleton.

According to the NCAA website, this is the Committee of Legislative Relief, thus Evina [Westbrook]’s judge and jury: Kristina Minor, Rutgers assistant athletic director for compliance; Eric Price, Pac-12 associate commissioner; Stephen Alep, UTEP faculty athletics representative; Tim Parker, Virginia Tech senior associate AD; Stephen LaPorta, James Madison director of compliance; Jennifer Lawlor, Monmouth senior associate AD; and Meredith Eaker, Atlantic Sun senior associate commissioner.

Three women. Various conferences. The diversity of thought is there, yet depending on the outcome UConn fans will either be angry Westbrook’s appeal was denied or thrilled it was approved. The 6-0 guard could be the difference between a Final Four appearance or not.
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PostPosted: 11/09/19 10:17 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Braxtin Miller granted immediate eligibility after transferring from Oklahoma State to Ohio State. TOSU on the upswing. Don't know what the situation was transferring as Oklahoma State did not go do a coaching change.



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PostPosted: 11/09/19 11:27 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

NoDakSt wrote:
Braxtin Miller granted immediate eligibility after transferring from Oklahoma State to Ohio State. TOSU on the upswing. Don't know what the situation was transferring as Oklahoma State did not go do a coaching change.


I think they’ll favor a student who wants to return to their home state.



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PostPosted: 11/09/19 11:58 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Shades wrote:
NoDakSt wrote:
Braxtin Miller granted immediate eligibility after transferring from Oklahoma State to Ohio State. TOSU on the upswing. Don't know what the situation was transferring as Oklahoma State did not go do a coaching change.


I think they’ll favor a student who wants to return to their home state.


Oh I think it's less complicated than that. It's almost guaranteed that a waiver will be granted if the tschool you transfer from starts with the same letter of the school you transfer to.

For example, Nebraska to Notre Dame.

And in Miller's case Oklahoma State to Ohio State. Transfers in this vein are very simple to approve.


Oh wait, scratch that theory, it's TOSU.



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