I know a lot of us here on mgoblog have a problem with coaches not honoring a scholarship with players on a roster and then over signing on the incoming freshman class. I would like to look at how schools honor academic scholarship. The thing is if you arnt up to snuff with your grades but are still passing your classes, the school pulls your scholarship. I think the same should be used in football. If a player isnt providing the best competition for your depth chart, why not pull the scholarship?
When I was a freshman i got a music scholarship to my saxophone. At the end of the year the music faculty decided I wasnt worth keeping on scholarship. I lost lots of money because they didnt renew my scholarship.
The thing about college is that its all about competition. If you dont make the cut then you drop out and transfer some where else. It happens all the time academically. I know plenty of people who couldnt cut it at my college so they had to transfer. Its the nature of life. It sucks but you cant protect these players scholarships.
What do you all think?