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Hopefully someone can put together a list of guys who declared (and had little intent of going pro) just because they wanted to take advantage of the new process vs. those who declared (with every intent of going pro) and decided to return to school because they realized they weren't going to get drafted.
Both are admirable, but it'd be interesting to see how many people actually changed their mind because of the new rule.
How do you even compile a list like that though?
I doubt that.
There is no way you can compare those two controversies. The Sandusky mess was a national story.
Penn State way is to downplay publicly and quietly handle. Method has only had one epic disaster - not a bad record.
I notice that McNesby has a son named Patrick. I think we all know what that means...
I just think you're going to love his demeanor, said Chambers. He's a winner. He doesn't change expressions. Whether it's a good call, bad call, up 10, down 10, one point game, tie, five seconds to go. He's just going to play. He's going to show he has great poise and composure, and he's going to keep everybody on point or organized.