When I think of 7-on-7 football leagues, I’m thinking of what happens out at Rose Hill or Andover or high schools like there. Where high school teams get together and work on their passing games against another team’s defense. It’s a great way for offenses to see a sort of live action during the offseason.
But it seems there’s more to 7-on-7 than I previously thought. It’s become such an issue when it comes to college recruiting, that the SEC banned having non-scholastic 7-on-7 leagues on college campuses.
ESPN had an Outside the Lines episode and here’s the story.
I’m convinced that no matter what initially seems innocent, will be corrupted by someone when it comes to sports. That’s too bad.