Tag:NFL draft
Posted on: May 4, 2012 9:28 pm
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College Athletes, NCAA, pros need to rethink

What is wrong with the world?

Millions of students have dreams of going to college- and simply getting a 4 year degree.

That's not enough for some. Student athletes have this sense that they have earned enough to not have to go to school. This is flat out riidiculous. The fact that the NCAA doesn't discourage students from entering drafts makes no sense. The pro Leagues help absolutely nothing by Encouraging the student athletes to leave school and make the big bucks.

Wow, if we all had a chance to go to college for free and have absolutely everything paid, or even have half our college paid for.
Then slap everyone in the face because they want to make money.

Should college athletes be allowed to leave school before they complete their degree?
ABSOLUTELY NOT.

I'm not going to talk about how it's good for the kids. I'm not going to rub it in that they are going to be the next Antoine Walker without even having 100 grand. Welcome to fast food, idiots.

I would love if these kids had to pay for another student to be able to go to school.

Hey ANTHONY DAVIS, I COULD REALLY USE THE MONEY TO GET OFF OF FINANCIAL PROBATION AND PAY FOR HOUSING SO I CAN FINISH MY DEGREE. I think we could use another teacher in the world, right you a$$hole.

The fact that I am nearly 3/4 the way through college and can't find a decent job doesn't mean anything to you. The fact that I have kids that I can't provide a home for means nothing to you. The fact that I can't pay my child support because I can't find a job means nothing to you. YOU ARE AN ASSHOLE! EVERYONE OF YOU THAT TAKE COLLEGE FOR GRANTED ARE ASSHOLES!

Grow up. Finish you're college before you go to the draft. Leagues, grow a pair and MAKE the kids stay. Not for them, but for the rest of us whom don't get the opportunity. Or us whom don't have enough money to get back to college and can't find a job.



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