Link – The post-Signing Day coach shuffle is one of college football’s most anti-athlete rituals

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“In some situations, a change in primary position coaches isn’t bad for a particular signee in the long run. But it’s not a good practice for players to have their primary recruiters leave immediately after convincing them to make life-changing decisions and sign contracts designed to heavily discourage transfers.

It’s deceptive, and one of the sport’s many annual practices that undercut the rights of the player. “

It’s more than a little unfair, and really you have to wonder what kind of people would sit with a kid and his famil, lying about whether they really plan to be there to coach the kid.

Apparently college football coaches.

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