I hear others disagree with the idea that Texas wouldn’t clear her to play....Does anyone have any idea why Sedona put in her post “for medical reasons” in regards to her transfer decision? Also, regarding transfers in general, the protocols do seem to be pretty loose...seems to invite mass exodus,,,:confused2::confused2:
While uconn is certainly in need of height, no one seems to know where Sedona is in her rehabilitation process. There is still a question of when (if ?) she will be able to play at the top level of wcbb.
Too early for despair.
Notre dame will have a thin roster with the departure of Nixon and Patterson. Will be interesting where she goes. Even if she gets immediate eligibility will she be able to get in playing shape to make a difference this year.
Yes! This is a big loss for Uconn. Much more than it is a gain for Oregon. Uconn needed her far more than Oregon did. Oregon had plenty of height already. The dynamic of basketball strength is changing towards the West.
The Pac 12 is also the new "it" conference. They have had a major influx of really good coaches that have elevated a lot of teams. The Pacific North West is also a major hotbed for women's basketball. Probably third behind, in no particular order, Texas and California. Players that used to go east now have plenty of West Coast teams to play for. The WCBB landscape has been changing for some time. The major programs that used to have their pick of top recruits no longer are the draw the used to be. It's not that they have necessarily regressed, but more programs have caught up to them. Except for the rain, Oregon is a really beautiful state to live in. Let's not underestimate the draw of good weather with respect to where players want to spend their winters.