Found January 03, 2012 on College Football Talk:
The transfer of Tennessee receiver DeAnthony Arnett has become a touchy topic over the last week or so with the news that coach Derek Dooley would conditionally release Arnett from his scholarship only to MAC schools. Because, you know, it’s totally fine for coaches to switch jobs at their convenience, but an athlete can have restrictions…

Dooley agrees to release Arnett, is thanked by tweet

Tennessee coach Derek Dooley says he's willing to allow freshman wide receiver DeAnthony Arnett to transfer to either Michigan State or Michigan to be close to his ailing father. Dooley had come under fire from fans for initially holding the Saginaw, Mich., native to the same policy he applies to any player seeking a transfer. That policy is to limit players from transferring...

Ex-Vols WR Arnett opts for Michigan State

A couple of days after gaining an unconditional release from his Tennessee scholarship, DeAnthony Arnett has landed in a familiar and expected new home. In a statement emailed to the media Wednesday night, Arnett announced that he will be transferring to Michigan State.  The wide receiver is from nearby Saginaw, and had the Spartans in…

Vols Grant Arnett Release

Vols to be sophomore receiver DeAnthony Arnett has been granted his release from the Vols to transfer to a school to be closer to his ailing father in Michigan. The two schools Arnett will most likely transfer to are Michigan and Michigan State. Arnett made his intentions to transfer known last month and under usual circumstances, Tennessee would have only allowed Arnett to transfer...

With Tennessee’s blessing, DeAnthony Arnett is free to transfer

DeAnthony Arnett has officially been #freed. About a week ago, Arnett, a freshman receiver at Tennessee, made headlines after he claimed coach Derek Dooley refused to grant his release to return home to Michigan, be closer to his sick father and play for either Michigan or Michigan State. According to Arnett, Dooley was only willing to release him to Mid-American Conference schools...

The long road of DeAnthony Arnett’s transfer ends at Michigan State

DeAnthony Arnett is finally going home. After about a week of drama between Arnett and Tennessee, the former Vols freshman wide receiver has decided to transfer to Michigan State to be closer to his ailing father. Initially, Tennessee coach Derek Dooley declined to release Arnett to play at either Michigan or Michigan State and was only going to release him to the Mid-American Conference...

Update on DeAnthony Arnett

Last week you informed you on the personal issues surrounding University of Tennessee freshman wide receiver DeAnthony Arnett and his need to be released from his commitment to the Vols program to be closer to his ailing father. We have just received an update on Arnett’s status in the following statement.

If DeAnthony Arnett is granted hardship waiver, Michigan State's 2012 outlook at receiver not so dubious

Tennessee transfer, once a coveted recruit out of Saginaw, gives the Spartans needed experience, proven production at wideout.

Column: Another reason you can't go home

Nearly a quarter of the major college football programs dotting the landscape will kick off next season with a new boss in charge, including a dozen that just couldn't wait to ring out the old one. Those schools have already played, or will play, their bowl games with either an interim coach or the newly appointed coach on hand. Small wonder so many teams looked so confused...

Receiver Arnett granted release by Tennessee

Tennessee receiver DeAnthony Arnett, who has sought a release to a school closer to his ill father in Saginaw, Mich., has been told by coach Derek Dooley that he will be granted a transfer to Michigan State or Michigan, among others.

Vols' Dooley makes exception, agrees to release WR Arnett

Tennessee coach Derek Dooley says he's willing to allow freshman wide receiver DeAnthony Arnett to transfer to either Michigan State or Michigan to be close to his ailing father.

Derek Dooley Turns Heel

Smart attorney’s saying dumb stuff…a Tennessee tradition Derek Dolley just got done with one of the more bizarre press conferences of the season.  It was a diarrhea of the mouth-type court holding that was completely provoked by rampant speculation, that Dooley, through poor on-field results and recent player difections, is losing his grip on his program.  He spent the...

The NCAA’s Immoral Combination of One-Year Scholarships and Transfer Restrictions

I’ve written before about problems with the NCAA’s treatment of student-athletes. If you weren’t already convinced that college sports is in dire need of reform, consider these three recent news stories. Each raises its own questions about the rights of student-athletes. Taken together, they expose the absurdity and unfairness of the NCAA’s policies. Todd O’Brien vs. Phil...
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