Couldn't disagree more. A college degree is worthless if you don't place value in it. The majority of football players on scholarship have NFL aspirations, not BS or MBA aspirations. I went to school at UF and worked 30 hours a week. I had classmates at UF who worked 40 hours a week, we're married with children and carried at least 9 credit hours. Many also had student loans, something our scholarship student athletes don't have to worry about. If they choose to, they can graduate from UF virtually debt free.