The head of Florida State University told Gov. Rick Scott's higher education reform panel Monday that budget cuts are making his faculty a "farm team" for out-of-state schools. Florida State President Eric Barron advocated letting his university and the University of Florida, the state's top two research schools, raise tuition beyond the current legal limit to overcome the budget cuts. Florida State cannot prevent its best faculty members from leaving for higher paying jobs. Of 58 arts and sciences faculty members who received outside offers, Florida State was able to retain only eight.