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"The only thing That Team Up North will be tasting this year is the salty tears of defeat" - UFM
You don't have to like it, you just have to do it. Nothing that is worthwhile is easy, Brewster still has a golden opportunity to realize his dreams. Just work hard and stay motivated.
Entitlement Folks at it's finest....they learn young these days....cry, sniff, sniff, boo-hoo...My heart just aches for them.
"And the Message Coming from My Eyes says.....Leave it Alone"
This post and its contents is not meant to demean or marginalize the contributions of Jim Tressel as Head Coach at The Ohio State University
Another whinner who thinks they are being deprived. Less than 10% of the athletes who "are awarded" a scholarship make to the pros to make the big bucks. The rest of the athletes need the scholarship to make a living in the REAL WORLD. Brewster is going to need that FREE SCHOLARSHIP because, truthfully, he is a marginal pro prospect. He might bounce around for a couple years but he better save his money. They call it a billion dollar business but most of the money goes to paying for those FREE SCHOLARSHIPS and TUTORS for the dummies. These athletes who glide through college should be more appreciative of what they are getting. Just ask the other 45,000 at tOSU who have to really work to get an education.
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