If it is slashing it's college and fine arts programs then it is because they don't have the students to support those programs. it has nothing to do with the sports program.
they choose to play football of their own free will. in order to be accepted they have to make the grades to even be able to attend.
a non-answerThose are the rules of the game at this moment in time. Rules get changed all the time.
Simple you signed a contract to play football for our school if you do not wish to play football then that is your choice and your scholarship is revoked have a nice day.Simple. You twist their arm until it hurts them and they cry uncle. Then they come to the bargaining table and negotiate.
that is your negotiation.
sure they can transfer but then they lose a year of eligibility.
One of you will end up here next!
EVERY single board member on the NCAA is a college president. There is no one on the NCAA board who speaks for student athletes.
you basically price Div II schools out of any shot of getting players and they do get good players in div II schools.
the NCAA has already been considering a stipend, but again they run into issues of schools that can't afford it.