I have a question for those of you more in the loop on scholarship offers. My daughter is "talking to" a guy who used to be a Texas baseball commit. Last year he got injured and the week he got his full medical release he got a call from the staff who said that they didn't think they would have a scholarship for him because of his injury. Before he got off the phone with him this kid decommitted and in my opinion is rightfully pissed because he had told them all along the doctors said he would make a full recovery. I have no idea what the injury was. During Mack's football coaching years he made it a point that if a kid is committed to Texas then Texas is committed to the kid, but I know not all coaches are that way. Would you consider it a dick move to pull an offer from a committed kid when he/she gets injured? He now has offers from several D-1 schools and hates Texas for this. He actually thinks he might get drafted out of HS, but I'm not sure if he's just a little full of himself. If this is how Pierce is handling recruiting, it worries me a bit about how he handles his day to day locker room issues.