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    CBS legal analyst discusses grant of rights and exit fees


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    So the GOR is a way of slowing down, but not halting, the shifts in conference affiliations. Still leaves the door open for lawyers and politicians and all some of those guys need is a small crack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laphroaig View Post
    So the GOR is a way of slowing down, but not halting, the shifts in conference affiliations. Still leaves the door open for lawyers and politicians and all some of those guys need is a small crack.
    Certainly if someone really wants to leave, they will leave. You can't force someone to stay against their will. But the grant of rights will make it as financially painful as possible for the school that leaves and the conference they join.

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    well in the grant of rights, the institution is not prohibited from leaving but they just leave their rights behind.

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