I wonder if theres no visits allowed this fall/winter how many recruits wont sign on national signing day and look to visit in the spring. They risk potentially not having room at some schools but if they want to take visits they don't have to sign on national signing day
I would think most of those players if they go supplemental draft its because theres no college football this year and they were going to leave after the season anyway so is there really a difference?
I thought most schools allowed their faculty and staff to send their kids to school for free as part of the employee benefits package. The downside for the kid in this situation would be they wouldn't be able to receive all the extra beneftis that a scholarship athlete gets that walks ons dont get
Agree John, especially with the article last week about Pantoni wanting to restrict fake offers..
Its the second contract not the first, by waiting another year he delays the second contract. As for Heisman, Fields will take a lot of Dobbins votes. Unfortunately Heisman is a QB award.
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If people are thinking Joe Moorhead would take the Rutgers job, I could see PSU going after him if Franklin leaves
If ttun keeps on being ttun the better question might be will FOX pick the ND vs OSU game with their first pick over the ttun vs OSU game that year
correct cant take til the spring
he said teams from the south has won 12 of 13 and the SEC has won 9... still dont see how clemson and fsu helps the sec argument like others have stated above
Everyone wants to be a part of a national championship team. so yes he does care.
Also having Jack in Columbus can help with recruiting since he can swing by campus to recruit anyone that they bring to campus. Having him at IMG could help get some IMG players but he wont be able to be on OSU campus as much
The one time for Spooner to be late
exactly give them the option to make their own choice and then they have to live with it
or for the SEC to have a one lose champion and see if they still put them in over 4 undefeated teams :)
rooting for ND and then for Clemson, Alabama, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Notre Dame all go undefeated... force ND into a conference
Having worked at an IVY school there's a huge difference between what you think your financial need is and what the school thinks. If you own a house they think you should just take multiple mortgages out and its no big deal.
they need to save their money to pay their players
The NCAA has its issues and a lot of them but I don't understand why everyone bashes the NCAA and doesn't blame the NFL and NBA. Its not the NCAA that makes players stay for three years. Yes they profit off of them A LOT but its not their requirement its the NFL/ NBA. If the NFL/NBA changes their rule that solves a big problem of making athletes stay in school when they don't want to.
Title IX does not dictate that. just look at scholarships right now. Head count Scholarships vs Equivalency Scholarships. Head Count sports are always full rides. For men, that’s DI basketball and DI-A football; for women, it’s DI basketball, tennis, volleyball and gymnastics. Theres 85 scholarships on a football team at Ohio State there isn't even 85 combined women on the basketball, tennis, volleyball and gymnastics team.
What school has a varsity NCAA MMA team?
15.5.9 Multisport Participants.126.96.36.199 Football. [FBS/FCS]In football, a counter who was recruited (per Bylaw 15.02.9) and/or offered financial aid to participate in football and who participates (practices or competes) in football and one or more sports (including basketball) shall be counted in football. A counter who was not recruited (per Bylaw 15.02.9) and/or offered financial aid to participate in football and who competes in football and one or more sports (in-cluding basketball) shall be counted in football. (Revised: 1/10/95 effective 8/1/95, 1/9/96 effective 8/1/96, 1/15/11 effective 8/1/11)
188.8.131.52.1 Initial Counter. [FBS/FCS]A counter who previously has not been counted in football shall be considered an initial counter even though the student-athlete already has received countable financial aid in another sport.