- Sep 1, 2015
Yeah, that'd make sense.another question here, what is there for the NCAA to approve if he isn't even going to play? if he is admitted to syracuse and given an athletic scholarship, what right does the ncaa have to say he can't be a part of the team? it seems to me, the only thing the ncaa should have a say in is whether he can play in the games.
Which is why the NCAA is butchering this process so badly. Shocker, right?
But the thing is - he's getting a free ride on an ATHLETIC scholarship.
So, he has to be cleared in that regard, even if he has zero intention of playing this semeseter.
Or - his folks would have to pay tuition & room & board. And he could walk on.