Elite Matt Schaub Jersey Yes, Jets quarterback Christian Hackenberg has changed his throwing motion. No, his head coach didn’t know it was happening.
He hasn’t talked to me about it, coach Todd Bowles said Saturday, via the New York Daily News. He just worked on it. I’ve learned about it after that fact.
There were similar (if not identical) rules violations before 2006, when high school players could skip college and go directly to the NBA. The rules violations today are not limited to one-and-done players but occur among all players. And there will be similar rules violations in the future.
Blaming one-and-done for college basketball’s problems, as if it is some sort of contagion, simply isn’t fair, and it is not remotely true. The commission is not endorsing the baseball rule, which means players will still be able to leave after only one year and players can still reclassify to enter college earlier, as Marvin Bagley III and Silvio De Sousa did this year, among others.
We’ve been in discussions with his agents and they’re well aware we want to get something done, Snead said. We do think he’s a perfect fit for us. We want to make sure that he’s around, and around for a long time. We also have some other contracts we need to deal with over the next month, two months.
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Defensive tackle Aaron Donald is the most pressing of those other contract issues and Snead said that the team does have a timetable in mind for ending his multi-year push for a new deal. Snead didn’t share the details of that timetable during his appearance, but finally getting it out of the way would make it easier to start planning for how to tackle the other ones currently on the table.
The Commission on College Basketball addresses important issues related to the NBA draft, enforcement and grassroots basketball. The problem is, it offers little in the way of clear-cut answers.
Instead of addressing the money in the game and the issue of amateurism, the commission simply accepted the flawed argument upon which this entire multibillion-dollar industry is based. It blindly accepted the NCAA rhetoric that athletes already get enough. The commission accepted the fallacy that college basketball’s problems are not based upon its flawed J.J. Jansen Youth jersey rules but are caused by greedy third parties — parents, summer basketball personnel and capitalist apparel companies.