I don't have the answers, but something needs to change since NCAAF became "BIG" business! A lot of schools do not even allow players to get a job, or if they can it's unreasonable hours that would hurt their performance. Room/Board/Tuition does not equate to needing a new pair of jeans, or being hungry when the "board" part of it is only dinner at 6pm, or needing freaking soap. All I know is they do a full time job, harder than most, at these universities. I was on an academic scholarship when I went to UF, tuition paid for...and room, as long as I stayed on campus. I still had the "approval" to work a full time job, even on scholarship...to pay for the other things that do not fall under Room/Board/Tuition. Much needed, as I do not come from a wealthy family. This is their full time job, and all they see is others loaded in profit from their actions. I'm not saying I know how it should work, but at least minimal change must occur.