It depends if they ever started playing. I believe at NAIA it is legal, but at not sure about NCAA. Call a college athletic program they will tell you.
The cast of The Sports Illustrated 20 Greatest College Basketball Players Ever - 2005 includes: Summer Sanders
very few college athletes will ever play professionally in their paticular sport. For the main sports like basketball, football, etc. less than 2 percent of the college athletes will go pro.
You can basically go to any college that offers a good sports management class. University of Oregon is supposed to have a really good program, so try that.It's your choicewhere ever you want to. It really is your choice, u shouldn't listen to othert people because maybe the school they choose is not the one u may like
Yes, her name was Katie Hnida... http://www.usatoday.com/sports/college/football/bowls/2002-12-25-woman-kicker_x.htm
There are no dominant alleles because if there are dominant alleles present, they overtake the allele for dwarfism.
Ronald Reagan became a radio announcer in Iowa after graduating from college. In 1932 he was hired as a radio sports announcer for Davenport, Iowa radio station WOC. He broadcast University of Iowa games for WOC.
The best sports player ever in history is Brian Scalabrine