Do as they say, not as they do.

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you the greatest student-athlete appeal of a decision denying his graduate transfer request ever:

Good luck on getting someone to give you a straight answer on that, kid.

Although somebody should.

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9 responses to “Do as they say, not as they do.

  1. Spike

    He makes a sound point. Too bad nobody at Pitt will care.

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  2. dawgfan

    Shut up and make more bricks with no straw.

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  3. Nashville West

    We need to offer this kid a football scholarship and admit him to UGA Law immediately.(Although he probably had help writing this)

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  4. reality check here

    Who did he send it to? Pitt administration? Common sense means nothing in higher education. All those elites are smarter and more moral than the rest of us.

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  5. The more this occurs, the more attention it will bring….and the more chance schools are not allowed to do this to kids

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  6. “Life is too short…”

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  7. reality check here

    This thing got me curious and it looks like it is getting lots of attention. He graduated Summa cum Laude in 3 years and has two years eligibility left. He is committed to North Carolina and they really want him. Pitt’s denial likely flies in the face of NCAA rules and the Pitt faculty athletic committee granted him permission to transfer. Dickheads in the athletic department are fighting it. I am unclear what the Dickheads in administration are doing, but for once the Dickheads in academics supported the athlete. I know, maybe that is the norm at UNC, but I for one look forward to his beating the living hell out of his former team once he transfers, which is likely to happen.

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    • Mayor

      He should transfer to UNC ASAP and seek to play immediately. What is Pitt going to do to stop him? The ACC won’t do anything. The NCAA won’t do anything. If UNC wants him and its HC will play him, f–k Pitt. They are paper panthers. Maybe the kid (who appears actually to be a STUDENT athlete) wants to get a degree from UNC. Why should the dickeads in the Pitt Athletics Department have any say in the matter? The kid had graduated! Let’s hope the UNC President, AD and HC have enough balls to let him in no matter what Pitt says.

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