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Matt Reynoldson
NEW - Student-Athlete Leaders from Power Five schools across the country release a joint statement before the NCAA’s eligibility vote tomorrow. This is important to a lot of individuals. Please share.
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Matt Reynoldson Mar 29
Replying to @NCAA @InsidetheNCAA
Here’s a list of university student-athlete representatives behind the proposal.
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steve mendelsohn Mar 29
I agree 100%
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KinnickandCarver Mar 29
Where are all of the other schools representatives? You say joint statement but it doesn’t even appear to be remotely reflective of the numbers of schools? Maybe these are the only voting ones, but that doesn’t seem right?? Who or why are these names on this? Curious....
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Nathan Arneal Mar 29
So athletes on teams that DID complete their winter season (ahem, Nebrasketball) don’t get eligibility relief? That’s the way I read it.
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Lincoln Arneal Mar 30
Replying to @NJArneal
Correct. Only players on the good teams who were still playing would get an extra year of eligibility.
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i Look Sloppy, And I’m Poor Mar 30
Some have better families than others, I’ll just say that.
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alex madison Mar 30
Replying to @NCAA @InsidetheNCAA
The NCAA had a chance to do something very positive, during a time of negative that could significantly help it's reputation. Which means it's not going to do it.
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Terry Holland Mar 30
So you’re willing to bury outgoing seniors (HS)if everyone gets another year. You’re passing a bad situation from 1 group to another and calling it alright.
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hank 🇰🇷🍂 Mar 30
Replying to @TerryHolland3
I’ll be curious to see if/how they’re able to make it work… I saw tweets from a couple reputable national dudes yesterday saying talks (RE: extra eligibility) had stalled out. It’s a no-win situation all around. This whole thing sucks.
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