It would have definitely changed my time. I worked at U92 (student radio station) and that, along with covering sports, took up a lot of time. I guess it would have been from a little bit of a different angle, but it seems like, looking back, we had more free time then.
A lot less free time. A lot more healthy. Probably a torn ACL in there. I could’ve played sports in college but i knew i had no future in it. Unless I was getting a full D1 scholarship I was going to wvu to just be a student.
I would have attended UNC. No classes and no test. My tudor would have taken care of that for me. Plenty of time for sports.
Of course, because slots fill up quickly at Cackalacky, where everyone knows athletes aren’t actually required to attend a class (as sanctioned by the NCAA), the second best option is your SEC school of choice. I mean, while class attendance might actually be a requirement at most of their schools, they do have a track record for getting paid pretty handsomely for their troubles (also sanctioned by the NCAA)…
I know I sure could have used a tutor (or, really, just someone to teach me how to take notes and properly study). If I were an athlete, even with the extra time being put into practice, I probably would have done much better with that little bit of extra help.
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