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According to Yahoo Sports, a proposal by Georgia that would ban transfers with “serious misconduct” issues was officially passed by the SEC on Friday:
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The new rule specifies “serious misconduct” as sexual assault, domestic violence or other forms of sexual violence while enrolled at another school. The proposal does not specify between misdemeanors and felonies.
Here is the new transfer rule:
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Now what will those two screwls in Alabama do?
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Will be interesting to see who is the first team to get one though with issues- want to bet it is Bama!
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When did Auburn take on a domestic violence transfer? I'm confused.
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Lets just call this new rule the Mettenberger
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Why is the SEC cracking down on Bama and LSU? This seems unfair.
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Auburn fricked
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Good while it lasted Auburn.
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@Sykology.... Bama is the one taking the DV criminals not Auburn.
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I'm hearing reports that Auburn is looking to leave the SEC.
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So now they'll just go to FSU, Clemson, etc.
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Good
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No more rooting around Georgia's dixie dumpster for your best players Auburn-LSU-Bama. Ha.
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UGA's AD is just tired of seeing all the other teams getting rewarded because Richt can't control his players.
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