They came forward, and I'm making the decision. It's obviously one I don't want to make, but it makes no difference whether we're going to play Maine or we're playing a non-league game, we'll be disciplined accordingly. That's how we've done it, regardless of who we're playing, or what it means, or whether it's on TV or not.
I'm afraid it's something we're going to have to deal with more. I think they should stay four years and get their education, but I'm biased. Even if a player goes pro after two or three years, he's made you a better program. They can come back and get their degrees. It's better to have them for two or three years than not at all. It makes recruiting more complicated.