The ACC has joined the B1G in pushing to adopt a one-time transfer rule that allows all student-athletes to participate immediately if they are transferring to a school for the first time. The news came out on Monday.

The ACC released a statement on Monday regarding a one-time transfer opportunity. It is the second major conference to mention this kind of push. The B1G was the first to mention a new policy, wanting to allow student-athletes across all sports to have immediate eligibility if they are transferring for the first time.

“During the league’s annual winter meetings (February 12-14), the ACC discussed the transfer environment and unanimously concluded that as a matter of principle we support a one-time transfer opportunity for all student-athletes, regardless of sport,” the conference said in a statement. “As a conference, we look forward to continuing the discussion nationally.”

The B1G first proposed the idea, as reported by Dennis Dodd of CBS Sports. Currently, only five sports do not have an immediate eligibility rule: football, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball and hockey.

With the increased popularity of the transfer portal and the NCAA’s inconsistent rulings with immediate eligibility waivers, a one-time transfer opportunity sounds like a solid solution to the ongoing issues. With two major conferences already on board, it’ll be interesting to see who else hops on the bandwagon.