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Subject: Re: Josh Rosen's views on college football

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Date Posted: 10:11:36 08/16/17 Wed
In reply to: Bob S 's message, "Josh Rosen's views on college football" on 23:03:41 08/08/17 Tue

This is just my experience with my son but taking 5 classes a semester during football season at an Ivy league institution is border line lunacy given the time commitments required for football and academics. However that is what's required to graduate in 4 years. During the football season between lifts, film, practice, travel and game days, football is a 30 hour a week commitment at a minimum. Then classes are another 30 hours a week between classes, labs and homework/studying. So basically it's at least 60 hours a week of physical/mental work. However they do get an NCAA mandated 1 day a week off from football practice, but of course they probably need to watch some film that day :)

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Date Posted: 10:55:54 08/16/17 Wed

That's what a lawyer would call an acceptable billable day.

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