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Who will have a better Pro Career?

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Marshall cant get on the floor and QC is just starting to play to potential. So I have no idea

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In reality neither will be anything much on that level. Marshall cashed in when his stock was high.

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In reality neither will be anything much on that level. Marshall cashed in when his stock was high.

I dont blame the kid....sucks though, he was the leader UNC needed this year

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well, cook went to dook, so that degree has the prestige. i assume he actually went to a few classes, unlike marshall. both will be selling insurance in about 2 years anyway.

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KM should have stayed at Carolina for one more season.

leave it to a duke "fan" to ask an asinine hypothetical question.

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well, cook went to dook, so that degree has the prestige. i assume he actually went to a few classes, unlike marshall. both will be selling insurance in about 2 years anyway.

Yeah, at least they won't be abusing drugs (insert Skywalker Thompson).

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question was about the length of the careers [or lack thereof] of the respective players. how does drug use figure into that?

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