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RE: 7 scholarships...are we done here?
@ GaStPanthers: You are correct to a certain degree. Monetarily speaking, a "partial" may be given. So, an in-state kid would be cheaper than an out of state kid. Also, they could receive money from other sources thereby reducing the dollar value of an athletic scholarship. OR a school might only have enough in the budget to award a partial, but it counts as a full for the purposes However, there are 85 total players allowed on scholarship.

On the other hand, FCS schools are allowed "up to 85" players with 63 full scholarship dollars available. So, Ga. Southern could give partials to several players up to 85 with the money for 63 full scholarships.
02-25-2012 07:53 PM
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