correct me if I'm wrong
isn't this the team that was caught violating NCAA rules/regs? Weren't they then allowed to play in their bowl game if they promised to not enter the NFL draft, and face a 5 or so game suspension the next season?
didn't the players agree?
Then....after the draft has come and gone, the NCAA blows up the program, strips a title and even forces the coach to leave?
are those the facts?
I think that the NCAA acted cheesy. It illustrates just what a poorly run organization it is.
I am not a fan of a player being barred from earning some money. I understand the need to regulate the funds, but even a scholar student needs some cash.
I say this because I feel that they misled the players. I wonder if they would have agreed to the same deal knowing that their coach was gone.
If I had a son that was of NFL quality, I might have advised him to enter the draft even after making the deal. If the NCAA is to stupid to not hand out immediate punishment, then shame on them
I'm sure that if I put more thought into it, I could argue the opposing view and say that everybody got what they deserved