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Assuming we would want him and he wants to be an Aggie, can someone explain the NCAA rules regarding transferring after a coaching change like this if NCAA sanctions come soon afterwards? Can Bralon leave without sitting out a year? If so, would he count against 2013 numbers? We already know that he reached out to some schools including A&M.
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I think the main reason he was looking at leaving is because of the impending NCAA sanctions. If that's the case, usually players are allowed to transfer with no lost eligibility.
if the NCAA hurries up and drops the sanctions, then he could play right away... see several Penn St players this past season
I forgot the most part in my question - NCAA sanctions. Revised question. Sounds like I already have my answer. Seems like NCAA sanctions have been "just around the corner" for a very long time.
Addision wouldn't leave because he only chose Oregon for their top-flight brodcast journalism program, and he really wants to think about his career outside of football. /s
“Honestly [tu's offer] doesn’t really matter though because I won’t go there. I won’t even visit." “I want to play big time ball in the SEC"
Y'all really want another slot taking a ship? What can Bralon do that the guys we have coming in can't? Addison is not a sub 4.4 receiver. He's a play maker, but we've already got play makers every where.
Haha. How quickly I forgot why he left in the first place. Plus, we would have to take Chance Allen too and we just don't have the room for his little buddy.
I would definitely take him but my question was really more about the NCAA rules. Not sure if he's sub 4.4 but he is damn close if he isn't.
If he left it would be to Baylor or purple Baylor.
Please be Purple Baylor... Old Baylor doesnt need more Oregon Transfers... it seems to work out for them and that is the last thing I want.
From IH-35 to IH-10... what then?
Addison actually times poorly in the 40. He tore it up at the OU camp prior to his junior year but they never offered because he also timed in the high 4.6 range there. He plays MUCH faster than that but his offer list would have been even more loaded had he timed well. He's also a little more quick than he is fast.
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That's news to me. I always thought he was a burner. Thanks for the information.
He's a 4.5 in full pads. He's plenty fast and moves like Dante in the open field. Would LOVE to have him come to his senses and our staff be open to bringing him home. We've got plenty of trees outside but could use another slot to go with Quiv.
That is not always the case, the NCAA allowed it for Penn State and could as well as Oregon but USC and Ohio State players didn't get that option.
No, he's not a burner. Never has been.
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