| Originally posted by lawgator1@Dec 10, 2005 3:02 PM |
[b]I agree with the instant gratification comments.* To me, this is another symptom of the lure of pro money.* It is corrupting what is left of college athletics.* It long ago ruined any chance college baseball had because every 17 year old that can throw more than 80 m.p.h. gets drafted and even the worst of them gets a six figure signing bonus..* It is already undermining college hoops.* These kids are so short sighted in their pursuit for the $.
sounds like he wasnt going to play much anyways if they are going to get tebow who is a better prospect. Let him transfer its probably better for both parties anyways. He will go to a smaller school where he will get to play and Meyer will get to start tebow which he would probably have done anyways.
If he committed to play for Utah under Meyer obviously the most important thing to him was playing time not who he was playing for or where.