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Introducing The Portal Report: The Now Network’s National Transfer Recruiting Site

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Pittsburgh Sports Now would like to introduce the newest member of the Now network, The Portal Report. 

From the creators of Pittsburgh Sports Now, Nittany Sports Now, West Virginia Sports Now, Pittsburgh Baseball Now, and Steelers Now comes The Portal Report: a one-of-a-kind recruiting website completely focused on the transfer portal in both basketball and football. 

Co-founded by Pittsburgh Sports Now’s Mike Vukovcan and George Michalowski, The Portal Report features transfer interviews, articles, and more to cover all sides of football and basketball recruiting in the portal. TPR will be a resource for all of the college sites within the Now Network including Pittsburgh Sports Now, with Pitt, Robert Morris, and Duquesne recruiting news on the site.

Take a look at The Portal Report below!

Welcome to The Portal Report

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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Dennis Hanson
Dennis Hanson
7 months ago

In my opinion, the transfer portal is the worst thing done for college sports. The athlete is jumping from school to school, only worried about his playing time and not a degree that will most be needed to succeed in adult life. The majority of these young people will not become professional athletes, and need to focus on their education. Also the seniors in high school are not getting an opportunity to gain a scholarship because coaches are filling scholarships with the portal athletes.

Justin Dietrich
Justin Dietrich
7 months ago
Reply to  Dennis Hanson

We wouldn’t have a bball team if the portal didn’t exist…

AMF
AMF
7 months ago
Reply to  Dennis Hanson

I think that if the overall picture is examined,, it will reveal that the transfer portal is the best thing that has happened to college basketball for both the student athletes and the schools. First,players can transfer without losing any playing time and in some instances have an additional year of playing.time.In either instance, their academic programs continue.For scholarship players who are receiving little or no playing time at an upper level basketball school,they can transfer to a less competitive school..This also does not limit the number of new freshmen,as the same number of players complete their basketball eligibility as… Read more »

Justin Dietrich
Justin Dietrich
7 months ago

Well, we know one page that Crapel will have bookmarked…

Dukes

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