That's a fair view. Hypocrisy is certainly something that has plagued the NCAA over the years. That said, you have to look at when by-laws related to this went into effect. Many years before big time money and greed entered into the college athletics hierarchy. So, let's be honest for a moment. Over time, as TV revenue changed the dynamics for college football/basketball, obviously players became valuable properties for universities so losing them to transfer just because their star got disenfranchised for whatever reason was a motivating factor to maintain this rule. I don't think that's lost on anyone. I don't know this for sure, but if you go back to the 70's when the NCAA basically redid everything were the Olympic sports a concern for them in this regard? No, of course not. Not that they didn't care about the welfare of the kids in those sports, but that they just didn't see the transfer issue as big of a deal nor as likely in those sports. Again, you have to go decades back and think about how things were viewed back then. My best guess is most of the sports didn't have money to recruit anyway, so they damn sure weren't worried about coaches trying recruit already enrolled at other universities for a golf program. It was primarily just for football and basketball, because the NCAA didn't want Michigan football trying to steal players from Indiana. Or Kentucky basketball trying to grab a player from LSU. Baseball wasn't added to this list until 2008. One reason was that college baseball players had some of the lowest graduation rates among all sports. So, yeah. You're right as well. There's a lot of nuance to all this. But the rule was originally to protect both institutions and student-athletes. We can debate whether that was successful or not. But you're going to be hard pressed to convince me this is going to benefit a school like MT. Perhaps it will in some instances. But the day someone like Kevin Byard gets recruited to go to an SEC school because he's balling out at MT losing our best players to P5 is going to have far more ramifications than being able to add a former P5 who didn't get the playing time he wanted. And the day it's someone like a QB who would have broken all of Brent's passing records had he not been woo'd by UGA or the would-be All-American that would have broken some significant C-USA hoops mark had he stayed instead of ending up at UNC to play his final two years those losses are going to be for more damaging than anything we're going to get out of this portal.