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Kid Committed To South Carolina Bags On The School's Academics

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http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/highschool-prep-rally/top-recruit-commits-south-carolina-because-classes-where-091739231.html

 

During this kid's commitment announcement or whatever they call it, he basically called the academics program at South Carolina joke.

 

 

The academic part, it's like you have to try to fail.

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Well...isn't it?

 

Most college athletes have it that way.

 

True... But if you're a football player announcing that you chose this school over others partially because the academic system makes it so someone dumber than a rock can glide right through, that could be a bit of a problem.

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True... But if you're a football player announcing that you chose this school over others partially because the academic system makes it so someone dumber than a rock can glide right through, that could be a bit of a problem.

 

If your state has a minimum speed limit law...

 

Well, need I say more?  Not a surprise.  

 

..but yeah that's pretty stupid of this guy.

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Kid is keeping it real. Props to him for telling it like it is rather than giving cliche lies like most recruits. I'd like CFB much better if they stopped pretending they were students. 

 

That said, he is going to get a long lecture on media relations from his future coaches/staff. 

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National Universities are National Universities. The REAL classes in the REAL majors (AKA not the ones that 80% of college athletes pursue), aren't going to be easy anywhere. They may be harder some places than others, but they'll never be easy. He's not going to really struggle anywhere he goes as an athlete that's probably going to major in Physical Education or Psychology.

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