Re: Spring Musings about Behead Coaches Institute
posted at 5/4/2011 4:43 PM EDT
In Response to Re: Spring Musings about Behead Coaches Institute
Mo , Wrong (again). Can't you read? I made the FACTUAL point that Kemba is leaving UConn with a degree after just 3 years, something that our departing athletes of similar stripe are not. Clear? I'll recall that BCI hoops player, as I remember reading the distressing account of how The Institute "handled" him. And you once again prove that you need Kemba's tutelage in spelling: i.e. there is no such word as "seperate." Try "separate." Please, if you have a degree from The Institute, keep that to yourself. Finally, and just what do you know about Kemba's course work at UConn? Peace, my English-challenged chum
Posted by Longputter
Still can't find it in you to answer a simple yes or no question.
Here is what we know. Kemba Walker graduated from Uconn with a degree while, by his own admission
, having read 1 single book in his life. That is what I know, that is what you know, that is what we all know.
However, I just read this. So he was "misquoted" and he's read plenty of book. Brain busters to be sure.
That said, seems Uconn hoops academic standards are going to cost it dearly despite Mr. Walker earning that degree in 3 years.http://www.boston.com/sports/colleges/mens_basketball/articles/2011/04/27/jim_calhoun_kemba_walker_defend_uconn_reputation/
So, LP, are you saying that athletes at Uconn receive a better education that at BC? Because, BC doesn't let people graduate in 3 years, you know, those darn "academic standards" get in the way.
So keep on praising Kemba while his school loses a scholarship for its academics.