We had a discussion on our forum regarding the transfer of the Boren kid from Michigan to Ohio State. He is a sophomore. By Big Ten rules, he does not qualify for a scholarship from tOSU, even though he will sit out next year and then have two years of eligibility left. In the Big Ten, if you leave after you are enrolled and are on athletic scholarship, you cannot get a scholarship from any other Big Ten school. If you scroll to page 3 on the attached website, it lists the transfer rule by conference, which vary from the NCAA rules of sitting out one year. http://www.msu.edu/~msuncaa/Comp Newsletter Vol 2 Issue 5.pdf Although there are conferences with similar rules, it appears the SEC just follows NCAA guidelines. Has there been any significant transfers within the SEC over the years? I'm trying to build a case why the Big Ten rules may be a tad outdated.