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wazZag
11-09-2010, 06:07 PM
http://www.nbcmontana.com/sports/25690294/detail.html

Edit to add: Link found via Meehan's twitter.

MickMick
11-09-2010, 06:30 PM
http://www.nbcmontana.com/sports/25690294/detail.html

Edit to add: Link found via Meehan's twitter.

Heck yea!

Glad to see it. He probably really misses the game.

I have a friend whose daughter is on a D1 scholarship for volleyball. He says she is really missing hoops right now. When the season starts and you are not in the game anymore, that is when you suddenly realize how much you loved playing it.

I hope Brock does well.


On another note.....wasn't GU talking with ASU about some scheduling at one time last year? What ever became of that?

JosephZags
11-09-2010, 07:07 PM
Heck yea!

Glad to see it. He probably really misses the game.

I have a friend whose daughter is on a D1 scholarship for volleyball. He says she is really missing hoops right now. When the season starts and you are not in the game anymore, that is when you suddenly realize how much you loved playing it.

I hope Brock does well.


On another note.....wasn't GU talking with ASU about some scheduling at one time last year? What ever became of that?

The game was scheduled at one point at Staples Center in LA, but for one reason or another it got cancelled.

MickMick
11-09-2010, 09:00 PM
Can anyone enlighten me on how Brock's scholarship situation is handled?

Does he count for two?

CB4
11-10-2010, 12:02 AM
Can anyone enlighten me on how Brock's scholarship situation is handled?

Does he count for two?

No just one. His scholarship could be split between basketball and football though, which would open another half scholarship on the football team.

ZagAddict
11-10-2010, 06:07 AM
As an ASU football fan I was even disappointed when DE signed Osweiler and felt there was little chance he would end up as the starting QB at ASU. I thought that Herb Sendek probably got the best part of the recruiting deal because eventually he would end up playing basketball. Just an overall disappointing thing to watch as a Zag fan... hope Brock is enjoying his experience as a Sun Devil. Still wish he would have made the choice to be a Zag...

BobZag
11-10-2010, 08:52 AM
:rolleyes:

NorthoftheBorder
11-10-2010, 08:54 AM
It is my understanding that if a person plays both football and basektball that their scholarship only counts against the football team's limit.

The NCAA lists sports in order of priority and if a person plays more than one sport then their scholarship is only counted against the higher ranked of the two sports. For example, if a person is on both the basketball and the golf team, his scholarship only counts against the limit for the baskteball team. This prevents schools from having extra scholarship athletes on high profile sports (ie football or basketball) by also having them play another lower profile sport.