Miller can’t play this season at MD

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  2. LDIABootney

    LDIABootney Junior Member


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    Wouldn't be a good look if he went back to Alemany.
     
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    Wow...how did Rollie and/or the QB coach screw that up? Or did Moss just transfer after the fact?
     
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    Yes it is, BUT if there is no way that you can physically prove that is not the reason for transferring to Mater Dei (which there are several for an elite HS football prospect), someone can make that case this situation be shut down before it even gets started.

    This rule has been put into place around 2008 ( I believe) when Kansas (basketball) hired a prospect's father to a coaching position, and then fired him months after his son declared for the NBA Draft.
    I mean the move still goes on, but it is something like the coach has to be on staff for a certain amount of time before/after the prospect arrives/leaves campus to avoid the whole poaching/recruiting optics.
     
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    This story is not true. Read about it on TOS. Moss decided to EE before ever applying for the athletic transfer. This is just Sondheimer and maybe some other bitter Mater Dei haters not acting like adults. Bryce had the exact situation with the same coach, transfer, and school, and all was approved.
     
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    I believe it's also about following a coach from one school to another, which Moss didn't do in going to Mater Dei.
     
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    No sense playing his senior season anyway. He already has made his choice to sign with USC. Why risk getting hurt. Many top senior recruits will probably end up sitting out the season if played in spring.
     

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