Recently Ralph Nadar took a position on scholarships and recruiting college athletes - http://www.sportsgrid.com/ncaa-football/ralph-nader-eliminate-athletic-scholarships/ Most times I take words like this with a grain of salt but to mention but a few, with....USC, LSU, Georgia, UConn and even a secondary violation by our new staff all hanging in various stages has me contemplating the ills of recruiting and scholarships. Then I think of this - http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsport...ays-lyles-asked-for-80k-for-patrick-peterson/ http://www.cbssports.com/collegefoo...ory-on-recruiting-controversy-i-feel-targeted and it sure seems like there is a lot of fishy stuff going on. So here's the questions: Does the scholarship and recruiting process need to be fixed?? Can it?? And if so how to? As a whole I think the process is a mess, but to consider something like Nader talks about just might ruin college sports. Not that I think this will really happen but it would sure be great to figure out a way to cut down on the cheats. Having said all this, personally I think there is way too much money involved to ever make meaningful and productive change. Your thoughts??