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NCAA Waiver Approved To Help Teams Replace Transfers
by TD Staff Reporter
October 6, 20213 Comments
Butch Dill-USA TODAY Sports
The NCAA has approved a one-year waiver that will allow college football teams to sign up to seven players to replace those who transfer out of the program. Per ESPN:
Looking to address the growing number of transfers, the NCAA Division I Council approved a one-year waiver Tuesday that will allow college football teams to sign up to seven players to replace those who leave.
Current NCAA rules state a team can sign no more than 25 players to a scholarship in any year. That includes incoming high school prospects and college transfers. The waiver will allow teams to sign 25 players, plus as many as seven transfers -- not high school players -- to replace those who transfer out in the first term.
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