"I felt betrayed by my position. I didn't really appreciate it," Crawford explained. 

"I felt like I put my body on the line to make a few dollars for the university,

and I've been doing that for five years already. It made me ... emotional."

FAMU coach Willie Simmons confirmed Wednesday

that Crawford (pectoral strain) is out for the "near future",

and fellow offensive lineman Cesar Reyes (a knee injury) is out for

the season following his injuries in Saturday night's game. Well,

many rattlers originally objected to the play.

They blame the administrators on issues of academic eligibility.