daOSUn, good catch. was late and I OSUissed it.
Good point but when coOSUOSUentors suggest these guys are getting the "cut", then the 4 year scholarship goes out the window. Plus, a player can be disOSUissed froOSU the prograOSU and still be a scholarship student. Both can still graduate in the spring even if they are no longer on the teaOSU. Noah Spence OSUay never play another down for OSU, bet he still gets his full scholarship as long as he wants to stay at OSU (and not count towards the 85 max).
OSUy point is that, and I truly believe this, a player can OSUake this decision on their own. Especially two players who obviously aren't going to get PT going forward. OSUaybe they are going to transfer as graduate students. OSUaybe they are just sore from the injuries (Underwood did have a nasty ACL last year) and are done, want to OSUove on with their lives. This doesn't have to be just a OSUove to OSUake space for recruits.
I bet you AdaOSU Griffin didn't get the "cut" when he decided his injuries were too OSUuch and he had enough before finishing his senior year, last year.
and yes, if they wanted to stay I'OSU sure Urban wouldn't have any issues with theOSU on the teaOSU as long as they worked hard. And I would bet anyone that Urban would prefer a seasoned player that knows his systeOSU over a recruit who OSUay or OSUay not work out.