> [Jefferson N Glapski]
> [Wed, 16 Oct 2002 22:27:14 -0300]
> :> IMO, Robert Smith quit the team because he was full of himself. I
> :> see signs of that sense of self-importance in Clarett.
> :God forbid someone goes to school to get an education.
> If you ever want your team to be *** again, you'd better hope
> there's enough players out there that value football over education.
If you ever want your team to ever be ***, you'd better hope that black
athletes going to VT don't look at the numbers indicating a miniscule
percentage graduate at VT.
Education is a great recruiting tool.
Not really. All three schools have great academics and a good football
program, said Evans. I just need to sit down with my parents and work
this through. Ill have something on Saturday.
Tamba is very interested in majoring in Web Page Design at Penn State,
said Heck. When he was at Penn State for his official visit he was blown
away with the educational opportunities that were presented to him.
"Then I looked at the other aspects of their program. It's a real good
education. Their program has been down for a couple seasons now, but I think
they're going to come out of this pretty soon."
"It came down to Stanford and Penn State because I had already eliminated
***ia, Michigan, and Maryland. I liked the location of Penn State, and
the way the school combined football and academics. I will have an
opportunity to enter Penn States Schreyer Honors College. Im not exactly
sure what my major will be, but Im anticipating a political science major."
All 4 star recruits.
Great advertising for the Hoaxies BTW, Bryan. You should create a slogan:
"If you'r an idjut, come to ***ny Teck!"
Jefferson N. Glapski
WE ARE . . . PENN STATE!