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  • TexanFan
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    Originally posted by laker View Post
    Good. We need another year of recruiting and redshirting to better compete.

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  • laker
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    Tarleton-TCU game delayed a year.

    https://fbschedules.com/tarleton-sta...-than-desired/

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  • Herb Street
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    Originally posted by Seinfeld View Post

    Thanks for the kind words, have you guys considered the American Southwest Conference. I think D3 fits your program with all the athletic success you have had lately.
    there are a couple of teams in the ASC that would rough up most of the LSC teams.

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  • Seinfeld
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    Originally posted by JavsFan View Post


    Lately? The past two years have seen national titles in Men's track, and Beach Volleyball, national runner up in Beach Volleyball and Softball and a CWS in baseball.

    On the other hand, after this season, the Texans will never compete for a national title. In any sport.





    Never.
    So that's where all the money goes instead of football and basketball. Case solved, thanks for your clarification.:)

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  • JavsFan
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    Originally posted by Seinfeld View Post

    Thanks for the kind words, have you guys considered the American Southwest Conference. I think D3 fits your program with all the athletic success you have had lately.

    Lately? The past two years have seen national titles in Men's track, and Beach Volleyball, national runner up in Beach Volleyball and Softball and a CWS in baseball.

    On the other hand, after this season, the Texans will never compete for a national title. In any sport.





    Never.

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  • Seinfeld
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    Originally posted by HOGSVRR View Post


    Wish you well, have fun in DIAA, but fuack off. This is the D2 site. If you run into any ACUer, tell them to-------just give them my regards.
    Thanks for the kind words, have you guys considered the American Southwest Conference. I think D3 fits your program with all the athletic success you have had lately.

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  • Techster88
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    Texas Tech schedules Tarleton for 2023 home game . Sad, Plowgirls in 2023 and ACU Mildcats in 2024. Weak. along with that powerhouse Arkansas Pine Bluff.

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/fbsched...schedules/amp/


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  • ASUPops
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    Originally posted by Brandon View Post

    I actually believe you can but I could be wrong.

    The issue would be that the athlete must qualify for them in the same manner as any student athlete and preference was not given to the athlete. So for the 100 extra scholarships to be a valid benefit, there would (theoretically) be so many given out to the rest of the student body that the school was essentially not bringing in any revenue.
    Here ya go Brandon. This will explain everything.

    https://www.athleticscholarships.net...hletes-aid.htm

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  • HOGSVRR
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    Originally posted by Texan37 View Post
    Tarleton new football Fieldhouse. Anyone in the ville have any more info on this?

    i also want to know how the scholarship situation will work heading to D1, does everyone on scholarship now just get a full one?
    i know D2 get 36 and D1 FCS get 63, are teams able to split up scholarships like D2 or is it all or nothing?





    Wish you well, have fun in DIAA, but fuack off. This is the D2 site. If you run into any ACUer, tell them to-------just give them my regards.

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  • Techster88
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    Originally posted by Brandon View Post

    I actually believe you can but I could be wrong.

    The issue would be that the athlete must qualify for them in the same manner as any student athlete and preference was not given to the athlete. So for the 100 extra scholarships to be a valid benefit, there would (theoretically) be so many given out to the rest of the student body that the school was essentially not bringing in any revenue.
    No, I almost certain you are correct. Case in point, if a student has a scholarship and walks on to a team they are not responsible for his scholarship nor did they have anything to do with it before the student received it. It’s not an athletic scholarship and it wasn’t funded by the athletic department.

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  • Brandon
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    Originally posted by ASUPops View Post

    The NCAA states that 85 players can receive the equivalent of 63 scholarships in AID. With a max of 30 new players a year. Of course players can take loans, but any AID outside of loans counts toward your 85 players & 63 schollies.

    So, no you can not give 63 schollies AND 100 more academic and have 163 players.
    I actually believe you can but I could be wrong.

    The issue would be that the athlete must qualify for them in the same manner as any student athlete and preference was not given to the athlete. So for the 100 extra scholarships to be a valid benefit, there would (theoretically) be so many given out to the rest of the student body that the school was essentially not bringing in any revenue.

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  • Texan37
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    Originally posted by TSU Sports View Post
    The football coaches have already moved out of the field house and they have started to gut the building. Trees have already been removed for the expansion. It should be done by the start of the 2020 season.
    TSU Sports do you know if the field house will have a weight room attached or what amenities will it have? like team meeting room, individual position meeting rooms, academic room, players lounge ext.

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  • gruesome
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    Originally posted by TSU Sports View Post
    The football coaches have already moved out of the field house and they have started to gut the building. Trees have already been removed for the expansion. It should be done by the start of the 2020 season.
    Especially if it moves at the glacial speed of the stadium renovation! X-D

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  • ASUPops
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    Originally posted by GoBuffsGo View Post

    I may be wrong (I was one other time that I can remember), but I think the scholarships from other sources still count towards the 63, but the money does not come out of the athletic department budget.
    The NCAA states that 85 players can receive the equivalent of 63 scholarships in AID. With a max of 30 new players a year. Of course players can take loans, but any AID outside of loans counts toward your 85 players & 63 schollies.

    So, no you can not give 63 schollies AND 100 more academic and have 163 players.

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