Yeah, because a player or who doesn't attend film study and learn the playbook, and build strength and try his hardest totally gets to keep his scholarship.Perhaps you didn't know but a scholarship is not a 4 year guarantee and if a recruit takes a gamble on a school, the school should reciprocate but that is not the NCAA rules. They can revoke the scholarship for any reason including play. http://www.slate.com/articles/sport...be_yanked_after_one_year_for_any_reason_.html The point is hyperbolic but totally correct. However Florida recruits, take note: It is now, by a supermajority vote, totally legal to offer 4 year guarantees (it previously used to be against the rules to offer 4 years believe it or not for a level playing field) but schools like LSU, FSU and Bama DO NOT, as a matter of course give them, even though they could. Think about that when making your decision.