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Russell Robinson thanks the fans as he exits the court for the final time in his KU career on Monday, March 3, 2008 at Allen Fieldhouse.

Russell Robinson thanks the fans as he exits the court for the final time in his KU career on Monday, March 3, 2008 at Allen Fieldhouse. by thad-allender

Now that the NCAA has officially adopted the one-time transfer exemption rule, the future of college hoops may be forever changed.

On this week's episode of Basketball Friends with Journal-World Sports Editor Matt Tait & "Rock Chalk Sports Talk" host Nick Schwerdt, former KU point guard Russell Robinson breaks down what that may mean for the sport, for the players, for the coaches and for Kansas.

Included in this episode:

• Russ-Rob joins us from The Freakin' Bahamas

• The 2008 national champion talks about his own thoughts about transferring early in his Kansas career

• He also explains why athletes have more factors to consider today than he did when he played

• Robinson dives into the one area of the transfer portal and immediate eligibility that he thinks could be a negative

• And he also talks a little about East Coast guard and recent KU signee Kyle Cuffe Jr., whose father went to the same high school as Robinson in New York City

• All of that and more...

Comments

Eliott Reeder 9 months ago

One of the best ever. Love me some #RUSSROB.

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