This is from the NCAA site:Are you just making this up as you go? Or are you just off your meds?
Yep. But that, and what the OP said are two different things...This is from the NCAA site:
The guideline changes are specific to waivers requested when a student-athlete wants to return to a school closer to home due to the illness or injury of an immediate family member (the student-athlete's mother, father, sibling, child or legal guardian).
In no way does this cover "any athlete". Of course, if you're OSU or the like, you don't worry about rules.
Bit there still needs to be an illness or circumstances to drive the waiver, not just the fact that the new school is closer to home.Increases the chances when you transfer to a school close to home.
You haven’t been paying attention then. If you leave a school 200 miles from home, enroll in a new school 180 miles from home and claim it’s because of illness or family circumstance. The NCAA isn’t likely to grant you the waiver. If you enroll in a school 50 miles away, they prob will.Bit there still needs to be an illness or circumstances to drive the waiver, not just the fact that the new school is closer to home.
My brother has the sniffles isnt a good enough reason. Unless you are OSU.
Home again home again jiggity jigWould you be able to explain it in a children’s song format? It’s fun, we can all sing along, the information really sticks and it teaches in a non condescending way. I heard that is how they taught Trump how to pronounce Puerto Rico and that it is an island surrounded by a big ocean.
over under 10,000 reminders in your time here to “knock it off”? My guess is well over. Just curious for some Sunday amusement...
I was merely suggesting a useful teaching tool and one instance it was successful.