http://espn.go.com/college-football...ncaa-rule-preventing-playing-middle-tennessee I honestly have no idea how this organization can be so two faced at times. Rhodes cannot play football because he played a sport (most likely not tackle football) while fulfilling his calling to defend his country. And yet... Brandon Weeden can try for five years to achieve the the "American Dream" of playing for the Yankees, only having to settle with being a starting NFL QB. Well he is in Cleveland...but still. Dennis Dixon could be drafted twice, and play for the Braves while still eligible to play for the Ducks Even our former passing record holder Joel Klatt played a year of baseball before coming to CU. (although I am not sure on Joel's eligibility because did not redshirt) And personally I knew some soccer guys who had moved from English based "youth squads" and enroll/play at some DII schools. I think its just crazy that the NCAA can seem so hypocritical at times. Of course I think all best athletes should be allowed to play multiple sports if they want while maintaining their "amateur" (by the NCAA standard) status, its major athletics let the best play. I just wish there could be a resemblance of consistency with some of these rulings.