"Unlimited financial resources..."
Please find me one college athletic program with the possible exception of some top level NCAA D1 football programs that has "unlimited financial resources".
"Fully funded" doesn't mean blank check. It means they have a budget from the school. And to be fair here, many of these fully funded programs are at schools that cost 2-3 times more than the schools that aren't funding their hockey program. At the end of the day, the student athlete is paying one way of the other.
EX. Tuition at University of Georgia - $11,634 (In-state)
Tuition at Adrian College - $32,800 (In-state)
Furthermore in that example, UGA's enrollment, 36,000. Why are they even at the D3 level?There is a bylaw in place that should be preventing this large of a school at D3.