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Glad he's someone else's problem now...
Gotta give him credit, he is consistent. Its too bad cause his step dad and him helped save that class at San Antonio.
Winning the academic award in the SEC is sort of like winning the special olympics. Even if you win, you are still a retard.
Pretty funny that their best players are guys who were afraid to compete at our school.
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Let's see if they actually see the field before calling them anything
I'm really disappointed in his development as football player and person. Talk about an instance gratification attitude and so far waste of talent. When will these 4 or 5 Star players learn that nothing is given, but everything is earned. You have to sacrifice and buy your time. That’s why I will always respect guys like AB (Allen Bradford), Marc, and The RB formally known as Moody (Curtis McNeil). Those guys feel down the depth chart but never stopped competing! Fight On and Best of Luck Baxter, and wishing you the best.
Holy shit, SDSU has tutors?
Probably the worst thing he could have done was go back home. Should have gone some where far to start over and grow up a bit.
yah..they are from UCSD
Baxter wasn't afraid to compete, he had a sense of entitlement and shot himself in the foot enough times to get removed from the team.
Nor was Butler, or else he never would have come back this past year. He simply saw that his best opportunity lay there and I have a feeling he had the full backing of the coaching staff to make the move.
Hope the kid can put it together as this will last only so long and the staff there will throw in the towel as well. At some point DB is going to have to help himself.
This is true...
I always found mine at USD. :rubber:
I was lazy, not stupid.
Good to see Butler out there running and catching balls.
I really hope he feels at home and succeeds...good kid.
Yep, this is true. Me: ucsd undergrad, usc keck school of medicine. Now back in sd. Study at sdsu, go to school at ucsd....
if you can understand a thick korean accent the tutors at UCSD are better
if you want a cute blonde who may or may not have a trust fund you go to USD
i love stereotypes
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