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Another one-year rental player for the Ducks

Discussion in 'Colorado Basketball Message Board' started by jwhite17, Jun 28, 2013.

  1. jwhite17

    jwhite17 Member

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    http://oregon.scout.com/2/1303620.html

    Unbelievable that Oregon can continue to get these types of players, especially the good ones.

    Why would all these guys want to play for Oregon? It isn't a bball school at all. In fact, I don't know if Oregon sold out one game last year.

    Young will probably get a waiver somehow like Kazemi last year to play right away without sitting out because of nike.

    I've never seen a program use the one year rental rule as much as Oregon.

    I credit Altman for coaching them up, but it is a huge loophole to use all these rentals vs. build a program with frosh and the occasional transfer that has to sit out a year. Even though this isn't a true rental (grad transfer), he will probably get a waiver, and play immediately for one year. I really think the NCAA needs to change the rules, so programs like Oregon can't exploit it.

    I hope we crush them next year with all their transfers.
     
  2. MtnBuff

    MtnBuff Not allowed in Barzil 2 Club Member

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    Phil Knight and his $$$$$$$$$$$$$.
     
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    A little confused on how you get hardship waiver just because your dad was fired from his job at the school. But then again, it's Oregon, the NCAA will probably give him the hardship waiver & throw in an extra year of eligibility while they're at it.
     
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    Follow the money.
     

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