Jacksonville Univ. ceases football program
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Jacksonville University has chosen to stop its football program.The school made the declaration Tuesday, saying it went through over a year assessing its athletic division and investigating approaches to situate itself for long haul development and success.”Ultimately, one choice stood apart as the best way ahead for Jacksonville games all in all,” athletic executive Alex Ricker-Gilbert said. “… It’s unmistakable the assets required to help our football program exceed the advantages to the general games office and the university.”The Dolphins have taken an interest in the non-grant Pioneer Football League since 1998. They completed 3-9 this season, the fourth under mentor Ian Shields.The school is offering full educational cost grants to each football player who decides to remain at Jacksonville University until graduation. The college additionally will respect the agreements of all football trainers and aid their employment inquiries.