Option 1: Attend a DIV II school and actually play 4 years of college football -or-
Option 2: Attend a DIV I school with a legitimate shot at a BCS title and a ring with little to no chance of stepping on the field. (Not even a "Rudy" chance of playing)
Pro's and Con's
Option 1: (Pro) You'll get to play the sport you love and compete at a level that will challenge you and your abilities.
(Con) Fan turn out will be minimal, your games will never be televised, and there will be no "spotlight", your College/University is unfamiliar to all but those that live in your state. "You played for whom? Where is that?"
Option 2: (Pro) You will win a conference and BCS title, a ring, and you will forever be listed on the championship roster (guaranteed in this scenario) You'll attend all of the games, dress, and rub elbows with future NFL standouts.
(Con) You will be on Squad for your entire career. You will never step foot on the field of play.
I purposely omitted the word "scholarship" from this scenario because it tips the balance unfairly. So which is it..........................................