"I love it that Ivy League coaches are coming to our camp and Big Ten coaches are coming to our camp. South Florida is coming. We've got about 70 schools that are coming to our camp."
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|4 years 35 weeks ago||Commercial packages are||
Commercial packages are different than home packages. Pricing is based on the viewing occupancy of the establishment and none of them contain the BTN. BTN is an add-on that costs $39.99 a month.
|4 years 39 weeks ago||It was a controlled||
It was a controlled scrimmage. They were substituting in the middle of drives and sometimes ran the same play 3 or 4 times in a row. Also, Pryor was in a black jersey and not allowed to run. It's much easier to defend when the defense knows it does not have to account for the quarterback.
|5 years 18 weeks ago||The middle hat is more||
The middle hat is more similar to the Southern Cal baseball team hat than the hat to its left:
|5 years 19 weeks ago||An early enrollee is not||
An early enrollee is not permitted to sign a NLOI. From the National Letter of Intent website:
"May a midyear enrollee sign a National Letter of Intent?"
"No. Under the terms of the National Letter of Intent program, a written award of athletics aid for the entire academic year must accompany a National Letter of Intent. Accordingly, the National Letter of Intent program does not allow for prospective student-athletes enrolling at midyear to sign a National Letter of Intent. The National Letter of Intent program has created an exception to this general rule for midyear junior college transfer students in the sport of football. A midyear junior college transfer student in the sport of football may sign a National Letter of Intent during the designated signing period."
|5 years 22 weeks ago||If a player enrolls mid year,||
If a player enrolls mid year, he is not permitted to sign a National Letter of Intent.
"Under the terms of the National Letter of Intent program, a written award of athletics aid for the entire academic year must accompany a National Letter of Intent. Accordingly, the National Letter of Intent program does not allow for prospective student-athletes enrolling at midyear to sign a National Letter of Intent."
Perhaps this is where Scout is getting the number 29. Michigan could have 29 new players counting those who enroll early and the 28 or less who sign an NLI.
|5 years 22 weeks ago||Per the Columbus Dispatch,||
Per the Columbus Dispatch, Rose is eligible.
|5 years 26 weeks ago||I assume you're talking about||
I assume you're talking about Minnesota's 2008 recruiting class. Scout lists Minnesota with 31 commits, but 7 of those are listed as junior college players. Junior college players do not sign letters of intent. They are considered transfer students and fall under section 14.5.4 of the NCAA regulation.
|5 years 39 weeks ago||They must have run out of||
They must have run out of mustard. I lived in Germany for five years when I was in the military and never saw an imbiss without mustard. I agree that German brats on brötchen (crusty rolls) are the best, although I prefer mine with spicy German mustard. After Germany, the brats here in America just do not taste quite right.
They also serve curry wurst. The brats are sliced and doused with curry ketchup. They're decent, but not nearly as good as those mentioned above.
|5 years 42 weeks ago||It's a different situation.||
It's a different situation. Givens was cleared by the NCAA Clearinghouse, but did not pass PSU admissions. Once a player is denied admission by a school, his LOI is no longer valid and he can go to other schools.
|5 years 42 weeks ago||As much as I dislike Alabama,||
As much as I dislike Alabama, I think you're being a little unfair here. Your analysis fails to account for the players who signed, but did not enroll. If they do not enroll, they cannot push another player out.
I compared the classes with the rosters found on the official NCAA stats site (http://web1.ncaa.org/d1mfb/rosters.jsp?yr=2005&org=8&div=1).
2006 23 signed- 20 enrolled
Until the season starts, we will not know the number enrolled from the 2009 class. If you assume the trend of at least 3 from each class not enrolling continues, that would leave 24 from the 2009 class. The four year total of those actually entering the university would be 90.