Discussion in 'Baseball' started by OPHusker, Dec 1, 2018.
Could still be a college quarterback?
How weird, i just posted something similar 5 minutes before you did on the other Bubba post! Great minds i guess?
NOPE! And my logo is cleaner and crisper than yours.
Apparently my logo is not my logo but so it goes. Can a 25-30 year old be a college football player?
Yeah. I recall a handful of 25 - 26 year old QB's. FSU had one a handful of years back. I don't think Bubba has a shot at football ever again though, it would go against his better interests me thinks.
As a side note, you are just borrowing that logo, so it's definitely not yours.
Hurts to be second,.... Right,⛑️
Ask Alabama, it's pretty raw and fresh for them. LOL
Yeah. Brandon Weeden played at Oklahoma St from the ages 23-28 after failing to make it in pro baseball. We also have a player on the roster that is a former Navy Seal, Damian Jackson who is 25 or 26.
About 20 years ago there was a professor at a small college who retired from being a professor ... and then went out for football. If you never attended a practice, signed a LoI, etc., taking classes and even earning a degree don't hurt your eligibility. Chris Weinke was in his late 20s when he played at Florida State and won the Heisman, but they put an age limit on NCAA football players after that. I want to say that they have to start their eligibility by 25, but I'm not at all sure about that.
I don't know what the rules are for NAIA or other NCAA levels, but I'd guess that there's a level somewhere that he could play. I have heard of guys who washed out of baseball and then went to college to play football at a lower level because they wanted to coach football later on.
Would he even want to play football? Seems like he already chose his first love.
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