Bruin Report Online: When the NCAA granted all fall student-athletes another year of eligibility due to the pandemic, it left some questions about recruiting.
The NCAA did say that all football programs will be allowed to go over its allowed 85 scholarships for the 2021 season. So programs would be able to sign the same amount of 2021 recruits it would have anyway.
The NCAA might reinstate the limit of 85 scholarships per football program by 2022, and that could dramatically impact recruiting and opportunity for recruits...
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