Many coaches feel tampering has become a huge issue across college football in the transfer portal era, and Hugh Freeze has an idea that he believes would help put a stop to it. The Auburn coach thinks the NCAA should go back to the way things used to be done.

Freeze told reporters on Tuesday that he thinks the NCAA should require transfer players to sit out a year unless the player has already graduated or his team had a head coaching change. Though, Freeze admits that the rule is likely never coming back.