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'Mass Chaos:' FBS Staffers on Expectations of 2023 Transfer Portal Cycle

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“It will make December 5th the most important day on the college football calendar.”


"There will be players who are happy at their schools who still decide to enter,

just to see what kind of NIL package they can get." 


Schools are no longer limited to signing just 25 initial counters per cycle. This means programs can

aggressively rework their rosters to sign up to their 85-scholarship limit. Many across the country

believe that this will lead to players being run off rosters.


The NCAA also passed a rule that schools are required to keep transfer athletes on scholarship through

the completion of their eligibility clock or until they complete their undergraduate degree. This means there’s

more risk than ever in taking an undergraduate transfer, because they’re stuck on the roster no matter what.


Read the responses from those surveyed in the article below...



What will the 2023 transfer portal cycle be like when the FBS window opens on Dec. 5?


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