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Temple makes sense. Penn State does as well.


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I believe if he went to another B1G school as a regular transfer he would lose a year of eligibility. It’s a B1G rule if I’m remembering right. Uthoff went to Iowa from Wisky and in his year of sitting out he had to pay his own way instead of being on scholarship to work around the rule.


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2 minutes ago, Uspshoosier said:


I believe if he went to another B1G school as a regular transfer he would lose a year of eligibility. It’s a B1G rule if I’m remembering right. Uthoff went to Iowa from Wisky and in his year of sitting out he had to pay his own way instead of being on scholarship to work around the rule.


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In state tuition so wouldn’t be too horrible if that’s the route he’s chooses to go 

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In state tuition so wouldn’t be too horrible if that’s the route he’s chooses to go 

You also lose a year of eligibility. He would be a junior if he went to Penn St. he would be a sophomore at any other school outside the B1G


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Uthoff never played a game at Wisky and only was allowed to play 3 seasons at Iowa. He lost a year of eligibility for transferring to another B1G school


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1 minute ago, Uspshoosier said:


No one said he would lose 2 years only his sophomore year if he went to another B1G school


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I think it's a confusing thing, because it's not that common. Correct me if I am wrong.

Transfers anywhere else, sits a year as normal and comes back a sophomore. 

Transfers in conference, sits the same year, comes back a Junior.

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I think it's a confusing thing, because it's not that common. Correct me if I am wrong.
Transfers anywhere else, sits a year as normal and comes back a sophomore. 
Transfers in conference, sits the same year, comes back a Junior.

Each conference could be different but for the B1G this is correct unless the coach gives complete release


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Uthoff never played a game at Wisky and only was allowed to play 3 seasons at Iowa. He lost a year of eligibility for transferring to another B1G school


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I could be wrong, probably am. But don’t you only get 5 years to play 4? Absent a waiver from the NCAA to get a 6th.

For uthoff he sat out first year at UW. Then sat out a second year at IOWA. That only leaves 3 years left to play. If he played a 4th year at IOWA it would have been 6 years to play 4.


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11 minutes ago, Class of '66 Old Fart said:

rome  @j_hunter35 

Working hard to get back on the court for the best fans in the country.

 

 

Man, if you created an NBA 3 from scratch, that’s what he’d look like. Most talented kid on this roster.  With a full year of skill/physical development, assuming he’s good to go, I would expect Hunter to be Conference Freshman of the Year. 

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