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Florida denying the transfer of Randy Moss’ daughter to Kentucky

Florida women’s basketball player Sydney Moss is looking to transfer schools. The daughter of former NFL star Randy Moss was thought to be interested in the possibility of attending Kentucky to play for Matthew Mitchell. Unfortunately, Florida says that Moss can transfer to any school she wants to… besides Kentucky. 

That sounds like a bit of fear to me…

Article written by Ally Tucker

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27 Comments for Florida denying the transfer of Randy Moss’ daughter to Kentucky



  1. Kevin C.
    11:26 am July 21, 2013 Permalink

    So in other words, she can’t play where she wanna play…do what she wanna…say what she wanna say… one Gator clap.



  2. D
    11:35 am July 21, 2013 Permalink

    Shes a Beast! We need to get her!



  3. Bobbum man
    11:39 am July 21, 2013 Permalink

    Florida as you can see is not a “players first” program….



  4. ShanghaiCatFan
    11:40 am July 21, 2013 Permalink

    That is not exactly true… she gave a list of “preferred” schools and was given release to all of them except UK, which is likely because it is a fellow SEC rival.

    http://www.thebiglead.com/index.php/2013/07/20/sydney-moss-daughter-of-randy-moss-may-have-to-transfer-to-division-iii-thanks-to-florida-transfer-restrictions/



  5. Walter T. Cotton
    11:43 am July 21, 2013 Permalink

    She needs to be able to transfer to WHEREVER she would like to go. These restrictions put on kids by these universities are pathetic. Yet, coaches can transfer to any university they want without penalty the majority of the time and leave a program in terrible condition.



  6. NCAA Plantation
    11:45 am July 21, 2013 Permalink

    Thirty-three percent of regular students transfer during their college careers. Only around 10% of athletes do. I pray to Jesus every day for the destruction of the NCAA. If your boss demoted you and cut your pay, then had the power to deny you the ability to work anywhere else we’d have an honest to god, stabby, murdery revolution. I’m talking full-on burny, explody, nuclear radiationy type shit. I’m right on this one.



  7. Barry Soetoro
    11:47 am July 21, 2013 Permalink

    Florida let Eloy Vargas transfer to UK. Guess FL wont let the players that will actually get playing time transfer to UK.



  8. Kyle
    11:49 am July 21, 2013 Permalink

    This is one thing the NCAA could do to right a lot of wrongs. No way a school should be allowed to control a student’s future. I’m sure they say that since they signed a Letter of Intent that the school should have a say since they are paying their schooling. But that is just a risk schools take. Sometimes a school will be the beneficiary of transfers and sometimes they won’t. If you are having a lot of transfers, then your school probably has issues it needs to deal with.



  9. Ricky
    11:58 am July 21, 2013 Permalink

    7 – Vargas played a year of JuCo between FL and UK, so they had no say in where he went.



  10. Ruppeat Offender
    12:00 pm July 21, 2013 Permalink

    The NCAA has it all wrong with scholarship athletes and transferring. If a scholarship has to be renewed on an annual basis and a coach can revoke a scholarship, there’s no way a coach should have any say in where a kid transfers to. They already have to sit out of athletics for a year, so they should be able to go to the offering school of their choice.



  11. Billy G's AA Chip
    12:01 pm July 21, 2013 Permalink

    Wait, Randy Moss has a daughter old enough to play college basketball…I feel old.



  12. What a disgrace
    12:24 pm July 21, 2013 Permalink

    How terrible for a school to not allow their players to transfer anywhere they want. I mean, look at Coach Cal and Wiltjer… That’s how it should be.



  13. Straight Cash Homey
    12:33 pm July 21, 2013 Permalink

    Florida can’t keep her from transferring. They can only restrict her from accepting a scholarship for a year. Don’t know her situation, but I’d guess that daddy could afford UK’s tuition for a year.



  14. Ho Lee Fuk
    12:36 pm July 21, 2013 Permalink

    I guess coach Mitchell and Florida’s coach are not very good friends any more.



  15. Cowboy
    12:40 pm July 21, 2013 Permalink

    Wiltjer and Moss’ situation are totally different. Gonzalo will never play UK or compete for a national title. Everybody knows Worldwide Wes controls PayPal Cal.



  16. #FreeMoss
    12:55 pm July 21, 2013 Permalink

    Let @CoachButlerUF know #BBN says #FreeMoss !!



  17. Go Cats
    12:55 pm July 21, 2013 Permalink

    Moss grew up in KY and should be allowed to transfer unhindered – FL sucks…but if not she should also qualify for in-state tuition as she grew up in KY and her Mom still lives in KY.



  18. gog8ors
    1:13 pm July 21, 2013 Permalink

    It is up to the coach as far as the restrictions on transfers. Coach Donovan doesn’t restrict a player from going anywhere he wants to play if he chooses to transfer as in the case of David Huertas that played for conference opponent Ole Miss. As for the women’s head coach at Florida, evidently she doesn’t share the same view as Donovan on this subject. I don’t see a long future for her at Florida to be honest.



  19. jmfatz47
    2:26 pm July 21, 2013 Permalink

    So she is not allowed to even “walk on” at UK if she wants? I’m sure Randy Moss could afford to send her here. How can they restrict her if she pays her own way and cites academics as the reason for transfer?



  20. jmfatz47
    2:27 pm July 21, 2013 Permalink

    *send her here out of pocket I should say…



  21. Ullmbi
    2:45 pm July 21, 2013 Permalink

    So did randy have this girl when he was like 10 years old?



  22. Larry Bird Doo
    3:37 pm July 21, 2013 Permalink

    Sounds like a lawsuit.



  23. Malcolm
    3:58 pm July 21, 2013 Permalink


  24. Hal
    4:20 pm July 21, 2013 Permalink

    if ncaa were serious about helping & protecting student athletes then this would never even have became a rule to begin with. why in the world should coaches be able to restrict where amateurs can go other than to protect those coaches???



  25. njCat
    6:15 pm July 21, 2013 Permalink

    If a coach can continue to control the destiny of players who leave their program, then at a minimum that person’s spot should count against their scholorship limit. Honestly, some of these coaches need their heads snapped back into place.



  26. Dino Curris
    6:23 pm July 21, 2013 Permalink

    Could she play at Thomas for a year then transfer to UK for her final 2 years?



  27. Jonathan
    4:23 pm July 22, 2013 Permalink

    Really? this is what the world has come to? These are kids, and they can’t choose which school they go to because they fill out an athletic contract? Sounds like a business transaction to me, thought that was illegal last time i checked….