With alot of talk going on right now about concussions and what to do with the players that get them,I have a idea that may or may not be a idea. I have seen reports that say a player that has received a concussion should sit out up to a month. This is something that I'm fine with,whatever is best for the player I'm all for. However in college you have 85 scholarship players and in the NFL a 53 man roster. If you allow a player to sit a month that can make it a big loss to college and even more so to a NFL team. So my idea is to move from 85 schollies in college to 95 and in the NFl from a 53 man roster to 65-70. There for if players to get injured they would not have as much pressure to return to quick. What do you guys think?/ Is there a better way to resolve this problem??
Tennessee is not recruiting well just because they got 18 dudes