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Looks like the NCAA has changed their mind and modified the rules for new agents.
Good. I personally think the rule is un-american. Rich Paul said it best himself…
"Requiring a four-year degree accomplishes only one thing — systematically excluding those who come from a world where college is unrealistic. Does anyone really believe a four-year degree is what separates an ethical person from a con artist?
I’m glad to see the NCAA to make an adjustment. It makes no sense to exclude notable agents simply because they don’t have bachelor degrees. I do agree that brand new or unproven agents shouldn’t be permitted to be involved in this new program, but a bachelor’s degree isn’t a major difference maker for agents.
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