Found June 20, 2012 on Next Impulse Sports:
  We are over two months removed from the conclusion of March Madness and still nearly five months away from the start of the college basketball season.  However, everyone needs a January-like mid-season breather. While we are winding down on college hoops’ unofficial transfer season, a moment to reflect on the chaos, disorder, and mockery the NCAA has made of itself, is needed in order to regroup.  Because more players than ever are exercising their right to submit waivers, appeals, and anything else that has a slightly remote chance of being accepted, we are seeing the landscape of college basketball being severely altered due to inconsistencies and atrocities by the NCAA.  Due to the extraordinary flexibility the NCAA has given transferring student-athletes, it must be asked: Where does this stop? Trey Zeigler, a four-star recruit according to Rivals.com, committed to stay home in 2010 and play his college basketball at Central Michigan, where his father, Ernie Zeigler was the h...
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