CrazyMarty - You don't have time; you make time. I think one of the most valuable pieces of advice we got from the gazillion briefings during transition week was, "Military training is the most stressful now--but academics are what get you kicked out." So for me prioritization has been key. I start whenever I'm able to sit down and study (usually a good bit before ACQ, if I'm lucky) by writing a list of what MUST happen TONIGHT (prep for the next day's classes.) I also write down what really should happen soon (tomorrow's classes, military knowledge, etc.) After that I do my non-assigned essentials, because otherwise I know they'll slide. For me, that's reading my Bible, showering, and basic core/pushups that I can do in my room. Then I do the essentials. Then I do the non-essentials. Sometimes I take a 10-minute power nap (at 2100+, if necessary) and resume. Does this system work? No idea--we haven't had any GRs, the PFT, or the AFT yet. But I'm not insane yet, and I've got a good idea what's happening in all my classes. For sports--short answer, yes, probably. Everyone must play an intramural, with a few limited exceptions. (Fewer this year, I hear.) That said, from what I hear, they're very chill. I wouldn't worry.