NCAA eligibility ruling solves some problems, creates others
August 21, 2020
For the college athletes who are heading into a season of uncertainty brought on by COVID-19, the NCAA's decision to not charge them a year of eligibility — no matter how much they play — brings peace of mind.
And happy parents.
"My mom's more excited about it than I am," said running back Deshaun Fenwick, who is heading into his third year at South Carolina. "When I call her later in the day she's going to tell me I can stay and get my master's."
The decision does not come without complications. Paying for all those extra scholarships will be tricky for schools tightening budgets and s...