Ivies do however have grants and such that can be unlimited. They are not limited to 9.9 grants on the team.
I will smash your face into a car windshield and then take your mother, Dorothy Mantooth, out to a nice seafood dinner and never call her again!
Tell me about it, this morning, I woke up and I shit a squirrel, but what I can't get is the damn thing is still alive. So now, I've got a shit covered squirrel running around my office and I don't know what to name it.
A lot of kids can't even go to cornell, Koll literally has to get the best and the brightest, and then you have to make them want to go to your school. Sounds like hard work to me, hats off to Koll though.
Is there workload that much more than any reputable state school?
A lot depends on how much they want to be top in the class room as well as athletically and what major they choose. It might be easier to coast by academically in a state school, but I betting that all those nationally ranked wrestlers are not taking on a "RIDICULOUSLY rigorous academic workload".
The Art of living is more like wrestling than dancing.
If he was at Penn State without those issues, you would think that with the same success he would able to win a National team title.
I've never seen Ivy League wresting coaches as unfairly limited. Yes, they have no wrestling scholarships or redshirts. But with only 9.9 scholarships allowed per Division I team, and with such abundant financial aid for students in "need" at Ivy League schools, the real problem is finding "A" students who can survive the tough admissions process.
I know some of you may disagree, but there's a lot of very smart wrestlers who are also very good.