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From what I've gathered (and I haven't been able to find any official


NCAA document to confirm or deny this), if you used your last year of eligibility in 2020 then you get another year. You don't get an extra year if you have eligibility left anyway. For example, Toby gets an extra year, Trey doesn't. So, while that COULD theoretically lead to a 110 scholly situation, it won't. The extra scholly burden is only going to exist for one year anyway. As I said, it's hard to find a single NCAA document that lays it out in simple terms, but that's the crux of it from what I've been able to learn. Maybe somebody else has a better perspective.

CSU is obviously funding the extra year. Harsin was very vocal in complaining that Boise wasn't going to do that. I think a lot of schools will fund the extra year but on a limited basis. Starters get the year, benchwarmers don't for example. It all depends on the actual cost of delivering a scholarship. The listed price of going to school isn't exactly the same as the cost. It really doesn't cost much at all to add a student to a large, multi-section introductory level course like basic accounting for instance. There is, however, the added cost of monthly room and board, cost of attendance stipend, etc. Actual cash outlays.

(In response to this post by Kit Karson)

Posted: 01/12/2021 at 09:33AM



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