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UT Tyler’s offer of a scholarship was a promise, perhaps even a moral contract. A university spokesman asserted that the university had done nothing illegal. That is for a court to decide, but the legality of what UT Tyler did doesn’t matter. The moral obligation imposed by the promise takes precedence.