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Old 05-21-2013   #8
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Default Re: Lunt not allowed to transfer to Big 12,SEC, or Southern Miss

Gundy does not come off well. I hope this backfires on them in recruiting.

Great Outkick the Coverage article on it. link

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So the coach can leave at a moment's notice and take over another job in the SEC, but a player can't play in that conference. Gotcha. (Stop with your stupid scholarship contract argument. Gundy has a contract too. His just doesn't actually mean anything. You'd think the adult's coaching contract would be more enforceable than the kid's one-year renewable scholarship contract. You'd be wrong).

Well, at least the university itself is commited to the Big 12, right?

Except, you know, Oklahoma State tried to join the Pac 12 last season.

So the 19 year old scholarship athlete can't go to the SEC or the Pac 12, but the coach and the school can?

Makes complete and total sense.

Or none.

At all.
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