The question The Eligibility Coach is asked the most deals with the five-year clock. Student-athletes are confused about when it begins, when it stops, and how to calculate it. This short video will help you understand this important area of eligibility certification.
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Dear Eligibility Coach: I have been at my college for four years and just graduated. I did not play the first two years at all. I played football for the next two years. I want to know if I can get a waiver so that I can play football next year while in graduate school? […]
The topic that I am most often asked about is the five-year clock for Division I. A few of the recent questions are as follows: Dear Eligibility Coach: I attended a community college for the past two years that did not have any sports teams. Now that I am transferring to a four-year school I […]
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Dear Eligibility Coach: I graduate from high school in 2007 and attended a four-year school in Florida for one year to compete in men’s basketball. I then decided to transfer to a four-year school in Mississippi so that I could play with my brother. I was at that school for two years, but had to […]
Dear Eligibility Coach: I graduated from high school in 2009 and enrolled in a four year college, but did not make the team in my sport. After two years, I transferred to another four-year college. In my second year there I tried out and made the team. The compliance officer says that I only have […]