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Discussion in 'On The Field' started by The Eyes of Texas, Jun 30, 2018.
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If he lettered for two years and graduated he would be qualified.
Sorry, my question was why transferring not about the t ring. Wouldn't he have another year of scholly here? He only played three years from what I see. I liked his effort last year.
Not saying this is the case, but there are many examples where a kid either is not admitted to the grad program of choice or the university doesn't offer the discipline he is pursuing.
Twenty years ago, I met a young man, who was graduating in three years from a "public ivy". He had two years football eligibility left. He told the coach to either get him into law school and pay for it or he was leaving. As a two starter he got his wish, but had to sandwich in the third year around his NFL contract.
Can’t imagine him not getting in to grad school at UT so am hoping it was the non offer part. I just don’t want it to be some other issue. Liked the kid.