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Bama, Georgia, Ohio State and Clemson may be responsible for changing transfer rules.
First the Big 10 and now the ACC is backing a one time transfer without sitting out change to transfers. I expect other conferences to back the change as well.
I know many on here are for open transfers.....I'm strongly against it. I believe players should sit out a year when transferring....unless they are a graduate.
But I'm not going to change minds and I'm pretty set in my opinion.
The point is.....I believe the conferences are supporting this transfer change because they are tired of just a few schools controlling most of the elite talent.
This change could even out the playing field to a certain degree.