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I see that our roster board hasn't been updated in some time. When you update it, is it possible to identify the years of eligibility remaining or some other way of figuring if a player has used a RS? Also, is there a way you can indicate a scholarship player versus a walk-on? This information would be helpful in evaluating scholly slots. Thanks for your consideration.
I'll do it once the new enrollees are enrolled. The walk-ons do have a designated symbol as do redshirts. The roster is correct as of last season.
Thank you Jamie. I went back to your roster to see the designated symbols you referred to but could not find them. Perhaps I am being obtuse or something is amiss with my computer. Could you explain where these symbols are located. Thank you.
Mine doesnt have any symbols on it either
Click on Billy Skrobacz's profile. It shows the year he redshirted and that he's a walk-on. There's a symbol key at the bottom of each profile.
My bad, I didnt realize I had to click on the actual profile. Been on vacation for a few days, brain not back to full capacity lol
Thanks Jamie. I do see it now that you point it out.
Because our database is network wide having uniform features, changes to a single site doesn't work. I will make the suggestion to add those features to reflect on the main roster page, however.
That is a great suggestion. It certainly would make it easier to glean that information. I appreciate your efforts, as always.
It's only times like these that I can picture Jamie in a tie in a corporate job. The rest of the time he is definitely a Charlie Harper in a retro bowling shirt and flip flops. I went way off course in job searches as a kid. Damn it.
Excuse me, while I hit this sky hook.
Hell, I'm not even that formal.
Normal workday apparel (the biggest job perk) is a Nike long sleeve tee (have every color) and Nike basketball shorts. Sleep apparel is Nike basketball shorts and a short sleeve tee. (Yes, the Nike brand designation is important, just in case you guys want to send me gifts)
It's versatile. I can write, make phone calls, and go to the gym without changing.
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