- Jan 5, 2015
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But does “apply immediately” mean starting with transfers that occur after the start of the 2020-21 year (meaning occurring this summer and onward) or will they apply back to transfer that have occurred this spring (technically still in the 2019-20 year)?@RyanBurnsMN: That'd be some big news.
Forgot to post this last night when I saw it. Would be good news for Robbins.
And a bit of icing on the cake, is that the third ranked transfer (according to the article) isCBS: Ranking college basketball's top 10 transfers of the 2020 recruiting cycle
4. Liam Robbins
Old school: Drake | New school: Minnesota
Robbins needed a year at prep school to lose weight and attract college interest after high school, but his rise has been meteoric since he got on the right track. The 7-footer will now get to test his game in the sport's toughest league after a breakout sophomore season in the Missouri Valley Conference. The Iowa native averaged 14.1 points, 7.1 rebounds and 2.9 blocks this season. If his game continues progressing on its current trajectory, he'll be a force in the Big Ten in his remaining two seasons of eligibility.
They were so much better without King and they will be even better this coming season.
I would not call them a team of destiny but do think they are going to finish ahead of us in the conference.0 wins in either tournament, not impressed.
But being serious, I think WI played a bit over their head in win streak. They’ll be in running for B1g again, but I’ll hold off on calling them team of destiny.