The NCAA granted spring sport athletes another year of eligibility upon approval from their school. Barry Alvarez was the first to speak out that the University of Wisconsin would not be granting another year for their spring athletes. How do you feel about this?
Trey McGowens decided that Pittsburgh was not the place for him and transferred to Nebraska. Both programs are in a rebuilding mode and have not been in NCAA tournament for a number of years. Was this a good move? Which of these programs will make the NCAA Tournament first. You can take our twitter poll @youngsteroldman.
In other transfer news, Matt Haarms has decided to leave Purdue. He has entered the transfer portal and a number of programs are interested in the 7 foot player. His minutes were reduced last year, and he felt that he wanted a new environment.
Go B1G or Go Home: Talking transfers and Wisconsin’s Barry Alvarez against another year of eligibility for Spring athletes – The Grueling Truth The Grueling Truth Radio
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