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MAC Changes Intraconference Transfer Policy!
The Mid-American Conference today eliminated the league's intraconference transfer policy, allowing student-athletes to transfer between MAC schools without losing a year of eligibility. The decision was made unanimously by the league's Council of Presidents following recommendations from the Council of Directors of Athletics. According to a news release, the vote was conducted after receiving feedback from the Faculty Athletic Representatives and Council of Student-Athletes. With that said, it will be interesting to see how the league coaches approach this new transfer rule as I think it will provide for some "bad blood" to occur between the two coaching staffs and players of the teams involved!
04-08-2021 02:11 PM
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RE: MAC Changes Intraconference Transfer Policy!
I really don't see this amounting to much. Very few players will transfer from one MAC school to another.
04-08-2021 06:28 PM
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