UCLA QB Josh Rosen recently shared an interesting take that has generated much discussion.

Matt Hayes of Bleacher Report recently interviewed Rosen about juggling the difficulties of playing football while attending school, calling both full-time jobs.

“Football and school don’t go together,” said Rosen. “They just don’t. Trying to do both is like trying to do two full-time jobs.”

Former Georgia All-American and current ESPN college football analyst David Pollack is one person who does not agree with Rosen’s comments. Pollack shared his thoughts in a recent ESPN interview.

“It’s an uneducated comment,” said Pollack. “It’s one that I wish he wouldn’t have said. I say that because of this: remember how many people go to the NFL…less than 1% of people actually make it.”

Pollack went to explain why an education is important.

“You do need a backup plan, and it’s not just all about football,” Pollack explained. “Listen, I was one who was in school that I focused primarily on football. I’m not gonna lie to you, I’m not gonna act like I didn’t, but you have to have a backup plan. It’s not always gonna be just football.”

Pollack spent four seasons in Athens and finished his career as UGA’s all-time sacks leader with 36. He was a three-time All-SEC and All-American during his time with the Bulldogs.