Amazing how kids just up and quit on their commitments as soon as they see they won't get to play. Probably more the NCAA rules fault than the kids, but it still sucks.
what are you talking about??
Probably the Mizzou freshman guard who is transferring?
Like when coaches get kids to sign with them then leave for the highest bidder.
When you understand the rules then you’ll understand no one is breaking them.
Where did anybody mention breaking rules? When you understand how to read then you'll not post such stupid posts.
I didn't know this about Blake Harris until after he announced he was transferring. He attended a couple of different high schools. He's a "me" guy. Displayed crybaby body language. He will probably be the Marvin Zanders of Mizzou basketball transfers.
I agree Ozzy. You could almost tell from day one he wasn't going to make it.
Heshootswithabbgun might try reading the post and thread more slowly.
Better yet why don't you point out where I said somebody was breaking any rules.
Maybe he just isn't happy there, maybe he doesn't like the style they play or not like the coach. The only reason he even went to Mizzou is MPJ talked him into it.
The rules are the constraints that these athletes must adhere to.It seems as though this student athlete did so.When you question a student-athlete’s “commitments” while also faulting the “NCAA rules” then you clearly don’t understand the rules that allow for a student-athlete to transfer or drop out.
When you create a post about in an open forum then you’re inviting discussion.When you create a post about “kids”, you’re setting the tone.
The kid took his ball and went home...which he has done a few times already. Wanted to play with MPJ...and CM is tough, so he quit.
Coach expects guys to earn playing time. Kid had started most of the games and was averaging more minutes than he deserved based on his lack of shooting ability and turnovers. Didn't want to pay the price.
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