We recently read, with dismay, the list of major D1 schools losing baseball scholarships as a result of NCAA violations. Something has been bothering me. What happens to the budgets at those schools? When they sign a full recruiting class in Nov., how do they go back in the spring and tell recruits, "Ooops! Sorry! We don't have the money anymore because we're being punished for previous violations." Or do they take the scholarships away from older players on their way out (boy that would be wrong)? Maybe multiple players across the board lose a portion of their scholarship. I can't imagine an acceptable solution for a player who chose a program in good faith and was told to expect "X" amount of scholarship money. Is anyone out there at a school that is dealing with this situation? No amount of "doing your homework" would prepare you for this!