Double Standard: “Edsall didn’t even fly back east with his players. He skipped the team charter and flew directly to College Park, Md., to accept the Terps’ job. He got an enormous raise and can coach at Maryland right away in 2011. But if Rob Bolden transfers to Maryland, he’d have to sit out the 2011 season – and pay his own way as a student. See, without a scholarship release Bolden can still leave Penn State, but only if he’s willing (and able) to pay his tuition, room and board at the new school before being put on scholarship in fall 2012.” [CBS Sports]
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