There's a difference between being arrested, and being convicted.
Yes, some head coaches believe in giving a player a second (or third) chance. Didn't Mulkey allow Bernice Mosby to transfer to Baylor despite being dismissed by Florida?
There's no "blocking" ever since the transfer portal was created in October 2018 (although some waivers have to be granted if grad-transerring within the Big 12 conference). Since she has attended Rutgers since leaving Baylor, she would not have transferred directly from one Big 12 school to...
Seems like Mikesell was one of the last to select a transfer school, but one of the first to have a decision provided on her waiver request. I guess not every transfer school submitted waiver requests immediately after signing their transfers; perhaps many were waiting to see how things...
What type of buzz were you expecting in 3 months at Texas? No summer camps happened; and, no in-person visits happening.
He definitely had instant "buzz" by securing two top 10-15 verbal commitments for 2021 less than one month after being hired.
Not being a finalist for the number player in...
Not sure how early or hard Vic Schaefer and staff recruited her while at Miss. State. Once at Texas, they did start following her on social media.
But, if you look at Betts' list of finalists, every program (other than Arizona State and UCLA) is one that has at a minimum reached a Final Four...
Seems like the elite athletes in Colorado in just about every sport end up at Stanford. Regardless, none of her finalists are in her current time zone.
Surprised ASU is on her list and not Arizona as it seems Adia Barnes is in contention for just about everyone these days.
Oooh . . . burn. :rolleyes:
NCAA denied her initial waiver request, and her appeal. No matter how differently she and Oregon spun it, NCAA didn't buy it.
She is suing NCAA for future earnings; never sued Texas for her supposed medical mistreatment . . .
Only sat out starting in January 2020 (half-season); so, definitely didn't sit out an entire year.
Not sure where she was Fall 2019.