Same thing as last year, here's a reminder of how it works The amount of scholarships that can be offered at any given time will be dictated by the following formula: A = number of seniors on your team that will graduate B = Three additional scholarships to provide a cushion. C = number of walk-ons on your team. Walk-ons may be cut at any time. D = Players leaving early for NFL or transfering (add to your team after off season) E = 70 - current amount of players currently on roster A + B + C + D + E = total number of available scholarships. Note: Committed players count against your scholarship limit. -------------------------- Here is my team for an example A = 11 seniors B = 3 C = 0 walkons D = 0 (add in the offseason) E = 70 - 70 players on roster = 0 11 + 3 + 0 + 0 + 0 = 14. I have 14 scholarships to offer. -------------------------- Below I need you to post your equation and scholarship limit. Failure to do so, or follow the new rules, will result in punishment by reduction of future scholarships.

A = 9 seniors B = 3 for cushion C = unknown D = unknown E = 70 - 69 = 1 A + B + C + D + E = 13 available scholarships.

Auburn Tigers Have 18 scholarships to offerA = 13 seniors B = 3 C = 2 walkons D = 0 (add in the offseason) E = 70 - 70 players on roster = 0 13 + 3 + 2 + 0 + 0 = 18

GEORGIA TECH YELLOWJACKETS A = 18 seniors B = 3 cushion C = 0 walkons (i think) D = 0 (add in the offseason) E = 70 - 70 players on roster = 0 18 + 3 + 0 + 0 + 0 = 21

Texas Longhorns A= 11 seniors B= 3 cushion C= 0 D= 0 (for now) E= 70-69= 1 11+3+1= 15 ships available

Tennessee Volunteers A = 10 Seniors B = 3 Cushion C = 0 D = 0 E = 0 10+3=13 scholarships available Looks like the CPU has already used up 6 scholarships, so I have 7 to work with heading into the offseason.