Oversigning revisited Last week I hijacked a thread with my objections to the practice of oversigning: http://www.allbuffs.com/showthread....l-NSD...Breakdown-of-where-we-stand..../page2 I apologize for the hijack and will try not to do that again. But, now that we're past NSD, the issue seems to be getting hotter and warrants new discussion. I grant that those who clarified the issue of oversigning and grayshirting as far as CU is concerned were mostly right. It doesn't look like CU oversigned anyway and, even if it did, I fully believe the attrition that will make room for it will be natural. On the national front, however, I am much more concerned for kids who get caught up in the SEC oversigning machine and what appears to be unnatural or forced attrition. Here's a column that got my attention today: http://the-ozone.net/football/2011/weekthatwas_11_02_04.html It contains several links to stories on coaches with differing attitudes on oversigning. This gives me one more reason to dislike Nick Saban. Not only does he engage in the practice to ridiculous levels, he is disingenuous about it. You won't tell us how many kids you have on scholarship at your PUBLIC university, Nick? Really? Now that recruiting has quieted and we have 6 months until the next season, it seems like a good time to talk about it. I guess my feelings are clear. Your thoughts?