That seems to be a BS rule, but I suppose it's to keep those SEC teams fairly honest.
It's a good rule. It keep teams from making a kid think he has a spot and then moving him out or "forcing" him out in favor of a walk on. I understand Leo's perspective too, but if you're a walk on, you're a walk on until otherwise notified. I hope this wasn't a deal where he thinks he got screwed as much as a deal where he was just hoping he would get one.
Had to quit the team due to not being able to afford playing football with no scholly and going to school full time. Sucks we have a wasted scholly with Pavlenko bailing.
No, his football status was interfering with his academic scholarship is what happened according to the report I read. It sounds like this is some sort of rule deal that no one could do anything about unless he went without scholarship. I think there should be some sort of provision for a freaking Engineering major to be able to hold onto an academic scholarship and still play football. Again, this is how I read everything. Maybe I am interpreting wrong.
Will need one for Arceo too if Netten takes a redshirt and that is sounding likely.
I don't think Arceo is getting a scholarship. Especially not this year since there isn't any room. Probably not next year either because I'm not sure Rhoads wants to have two scholarship kickers. He inherited Guyer and Mahoney.
Last edited by Rhoadhoused; 08-22-2012 at 08:56 PM.
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