Student-athletes aren't required to alert their coaches when entering the transfer portal. That perplexes Lincoln Riley.
Riley, whose Oklahoma program has lost and added transfers in his two seasons as head coach, is one of several FBS head coaches who'd like to see changes with the transfer portal, which was introduced last October. And while Riley admits it's still early in the process to see the portal's true effect on college football, he wonders why players aren't required to give notice.
"Any job in the world, if you're gonna leave or go take another job, it's the right thing to go tell the people that you work for," Riley said last week. "It's just common respect, courtesy, that you have those conversations."
Listen to Riley's full comments on the High Motor podcast (starts at 12:50):