Richt cautions transfer proposal could raise ‘unintended consequences’

A one-time transfer exception for players in good academic standing and with no off-field issues could be a positive for athletes in football, basketball and baseball.

But it will also resemble free agency within the collegiate model and will likely create some challenging roster management issues for coaches.

“Understand that there's going to be those unintended consequences,” ACC Network analyst Mark Richt told the Osceola. “Every time there is a new rule, sometimes you can foresee them, sometimes you can't. But most of the time coaches can tell you what's . . .

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