@JayHawkFanToo KU late nineties. No summer school. I’m not 100% sure if he started on the me degree his freshman year or like most students he changes his major at least once. He Graduated in four years, but he didn’t play basketball for Bill Self either.
I believe most people refer to them as four year degrees because that’s what it should take, but many less demanding degrees than engineering take more than 4 years due to course correction in a teenagers life. I’m glad you were so well prepared as an 18 year old to know how and what you wanted to do. I’m nearly 40 and still haven’t figured it out. Maybe someday…
@jayballer54 Hey! That would be freekin cool as all get out!! I hope that happens. We need it.
The post today by someone regarding can this season be special.
Yeah it can, but we need post depth. That and we need Udoka to develop rather quickly, some pretty important things. 1. Post moves 2. free throw shooting 3. more spring in his bounce!
@JayHawkFanToo Ya Wiggins is 7, 574, 323 - - -Then Arthur at 7, 464,912. - - -Cole really catches me by surprise to be paying him that kind of money for no more then the minutes he plays - -kind of caught me offguard. - - -ROCK CHALK ALL DAY LONG BABY
Each school could, at the beginning of the academic year, list out a set of schools (limited in number - maybe 5-10) that players could not transfer to without having to sit out a year. That would be part of the scholarship “contract” for that year. When you renew the following year, same thing. This way student athletes know going into the academic year what places they can or can’t transfer to, schools have some say over things and everything is laid out prior to the start of the year. Student athlete signs, everything is settled. If the student decides to transfer, they already know what the restrictions are and can pick from a broad range of remaining schools.
For example, KU could always list K-State and Mizzou. Duke and UNC could always list each other, etc.
By limiting the number, schools would have to be specific about the restrictions, rather than setting really broad restrictions that offer no choice at all.
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