Mailbag April 6: Does Hoops Ban Hurt Football Recruiting?

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Q: Des, Can the Hoops Ban have any impact on Football recruiting? TK, Colchester

A: Hey TK! I don’t see how buddy. I know what you mean but I don’t see how.

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One thought on “Mailbag April 6: Does Hoops Ban Hurt Football Recruiting?

  1. fustrated smart fan

    Big money is involved here again. Uconn has the BEST scholarship policy in the country which is a very powerful recruit selling point. So therefore, top athletes will now choose to go to Uconn because you will keep your scholarship if injured and not be thrown to the wind like all the other colleges quietly do under approval of the NCAA. The bigger issue is that the NCAA is under huge pressure to fight the NCPA ( national college players association )who is organizing the players to get paid or better scholarship contracts to stop the use and abuse which causes one and done actually. Slave labor is now an issue that the NCAA sees as a threat and because UCONN is doing good to the athletes and becoming a desired destination based on their fair play in scholarship guarantees, they are now better than the football factory schools. A school is a school, but the scholarship arrangement is the key to where a top athlete will feel safe. His family will want him to go to Uconn. A good scholarship has no hidden costs either. No surprises as is rampant at the other colleges. ” What? You did not know this? “. Always look for the guy who profits in any issue. The NCAA is money driven too. Ask ESPN!!! GOOGLE ‘ncpa ‘.

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