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And this is why the SEC is so good, they get massive classes, then pick and choose who is good enough to keep.

 

The conference has ALLOWED cheating for the past decade, the NCAA has done nothing to stop it. This is why I hate the SEC, they are getting away with cheating, and its not like they are hiding it... that is the worst part.

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Scholarships are for students they should be for 4 years....

 

Coaches need to realize that if they offer a kid a scholarship and he doesn't pan out like you thought that's tough luck....one of my friends on my team just got sent home (he has only pitched in 4 games in 2 years and was the one of the most highly rated recruits we got)....I understand that his performance wasn't worth the free school that he got, but I feel like that should be the coaches fault.....

 

It sucks that a grown man goes into your house for a year and tells you how important you are to the success of a team and then when you don't perform or somebody better comes along it's see you later...

 

I can understand if the guy isn't trying as hard as everyone else (missing workouts, getting in trouble, academic failure) ....but to cut someone for not being as good as you thought they were is BS

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Scholarships are for students they should be for 4 years....

 

Coaches need to realize that if they offer a kid a scholarship and he doesn't pan out like you thought that's tough luck....one of my friends on my team just got sent home (he has only pitched in 4 games in 2 years and was the one of the most highly rated recruits we got)....I understand that his performance wasn't worth the free school that he got, but I feel like that should be the coaches fault.....

 

It sucks that a grown man goes into your house for a year and tells you how important you are to the success of a team and then when you don't perform or somebody better comes along it's see you later...

 

I can understand if the guy isn't trying as hard as everyone else (missing workouts, getting in trouble, academic failure) ....but to cut someone for not being as good as you thought they were is BS

 

Football Darwinism. The thing is, it's not only an open practice in front of the NCAA, the recruits are perfectly aware of it. It's their choice (and often seen as their privilege) to risk going to an Alabama or LSU for one year and dream big. I suppose that's what makes it "fair".

 

Notre Dame has done a decent job of plucking talent out of the South. It makes me wonder if they are selling the alternative: loyalty from the program and a guaranteed four-year education, and examples to prove it. BK doesn't even have to negatively recruit, just say "look what you can get here that's not available in your back yard."

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Limit is 25 per year and 85 total. EE can be counted against previous year (ie if they had 18 last year, they could sign 32 this year with 7 EE). Same rule for ND.

 

How they get to 34 I'm not sure (maybe 2 from last year didn't qualify). SEC oversigning was supposed to be cracked down on.

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