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This is true ethical and moral side of things - yes it's wrong to do. This is a reason why the B1G doesn't do it. But many on here complain each year that it's not fair because these other conferences over-sign. They do, it's legal, and they continue to win. OSU doesn't do this, but we have the tools to recruit top talent players, we have the budget to hire top coaches, we have the tradition, pride, and legacy to drive our team in the top tier of CF teams. The problem is the rest of the B1G doesn't have this (besides UM and Braska) So in order to compete with the rest of the other conferences, why can't they do this.
When vandy, UK, Ole Miss, Miss St, most of the bottom tier in the SEC out recruits some of the top B1G programs - that's a concern. What you have is 2 types of teams. 1 the coach/program that recruits top talent and just reloads. 2 the coach/programs that develop players, and usually have a decent year when there are a lot of seniors on the team.
Seems like the B1G has a lot of neither of these 2. They can't recruit and can't develop.
I say lets go back to 145 scholarships and call it a day.
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