You can’t tell the players without a (portal) scorecard.

Two schools jump out there:  Arkansas, which is obviously using the portal to remake its roster in an accelerated manner, and Missouri, which, despite facing serious NCAA sanctions, hasn’t lost a single player yet.

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13 responses to “You can’t tell the players without a (portal) scorecard.

  1. Who is the UGA player still in the portal?

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  2. Reverend Whitewall

    Having a brain fart. Do transfers “in” count against your 25 annual limit? Or just count against the overall 85?

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    • The Dawg abides

      It’s not just your brain fart. Jake Rowe at 247 asked someone in the UGA compliance department the other day about this, and he still didn’t get a definitive answer on how the numbers game currently works.

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  3. practicaldawg

    Arkansas will soon simplify its reporting by listing who’s not in the portal.

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  4. Russ

    If I had 5 players already gone and another looking to leave, I’d think we’d have done a pretty bad job of recruiting them.

    #ftmf

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  5. Mayor

    Arky! The new method!
    !

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    • Bulldog Joe

      Yep. More going out than coming in across the SEC.

      It’s the new #PROCESSING, but some coaches won’t be around long enough to see it pay off.

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  6. CTD

    with 5 gone, 5 in, and 00 gained, it’s hard to see how Agent Muschamp is leveraging the portal for the better unless addition by massive attrition is the new black.

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