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My take on it, is over the 4-year schollie-reduction period that there will be schollies for 10-full-time-equivalent for other sports. I know many mens' sports offer partial scholarships instead of full scholarships to fill their rosters. With 10 full-time-equivalent schollies available, there's more money to fund the partial schollies and fill the non-revenue sports teams' rosters.
October 12, 2013. PSU 43 - UM 40 (4 OT). Unfortunately this fan wasn't around long enough to see it!
I thought Title Nine was just with regards to scholarship athletes. It wouldn't matter how many run-ons there are.
Yes and no, you have to offer women an equal number of scholarships. I believe the NCAA caps the number of walk-ons specifically though. Sounds like they can move the 10 that would normally go to football over to other sports to keep the number of full scholarships in the entire athletic department and the male/female ratio the same. The scholarships do not disappear, but move from football to non-football male athletes for 4 seasons.
This post was edited by helpdesk 17 months ago
Yep! That's what I meant but you stated it better. +1
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