Victor Page going pro?

Victor Page going pro?

Post by ssand.. » Tue, 25 Mar 1997 04:00:00


        Any truth to this rumor?

        Scott

 
 
 

Victor Page going pro?

Post by Jemshaid Chee » Wed, 26 Mar 1997 04:00:00


:       Any truth to this rumor?

Yep, Skeletor is gone.  He couldn't handle such difficult Georgetown
courses like "Fundamentals of Drawing," and "Biology Matters."  (For real,
he did cite the academic pressure of Georgetown.)  He'll be a late first
round/early second round pick, and play under 5 minutes a game, at best.

Jemshaid

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Victor Page going pro?

Post by David R. Kir » Wed, 26 Mar 1997 04:00:00

I take exception to the implication that the Georgetown courseload is
somehow so overwhelmingly easy.  Certainly, I don't condone the fact
that a guy who just could not cut it academically was recruited in the
first place, but let's be realistic - how many of the athletes in any
sport are recruited for their minds?  Notre Dame, BC, Stanford all seem
to drop their "academic standards" when the next big thing comes along -
And G'town can be guilty of it also.

I mean, do you REALLY believe that Johns Hopkins, in its championship
lacrosse heyday, had all its players taking Particle Physics,
Non-Euclidean Geometry, and Sanskrit?  I guarantee that those guys were
breezing through such horrors as "The Toothbrush - Your Friend in the
Washroom" and "Nutrition for The college Student" and other such
heavyweights.  Let's be fair - Georgetown is every bit as good a school
as JHU - in some ways better, and I'm sure, in some ways JHU is better.

I don't understand :

1) your hate for Georgetown, unless they rejected your bid for admission
a few years ago

2) your obvious opinion that Johns Hopkins is the pinnacle of academia

3) your ability to gauge the difficulty of Georgetown when you are
70 miles away (perhaps you are telepathic, or clairvoyant)

I just hope you don't fall climbing down off of your high horse, pal.  

Oh, and by the way, how many JHU players are going to be drafted this
year?

David R. Kirk
Georgetown University School of Business
Class of 1995

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> :       Any truth to this rumor?

> Yep, Skeletor is gone.  He couldn't handle such difficult Georgetown
> courses like "Fundamentals of Drawing," and "Biology Matters."  (For
> real, he did cite the academic pressure of Georgetown.)  He'll be a
> late first round/early second round pick, and play under 5 minutes a
> game, at best.

> Jemshaid

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Victor Page going pro?

Post by Sam Calla » Wed, 26 Mar 1997 04:00:00


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>    Any truth to this rumor?

>    Scott

Yes, heard on the radio that he dropped out of school and is declaring...

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