The whole "pay for play" thing is out of the player's hands. One cant control one's parents, especially when they see dollar signs. but the "caught 3 times cheating" bothers me much more. 1. How many cheating accusations until a Michigan student is tossed? 2. doesnt leaving early so he could avoid the cheating hearings mean he is unlikely to have successfully completed his courses? shouldnt that cause an NCAA eligibility problem? 3. Has anyone else noticed the denials coming out of Florida related to denying they had leaked the info, not claiming there was nothing to it? After all, indicating claims against a student are false doesnt exactly violate confidentiality. 4. What would the FREEP do with charges that Michigan kept a player on the roster through three accusations of academic cheating? The "pay for play" demands by parents dont seem like a bigger violation than the fundamenttal character of the individual. I am surprised the cheating allegations arent getting more play.