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Date Posted: 08/15/15 7:46:06pm Sat
Author: and one
Subject: Re: Steve, you're trying too hard to be hard to be "politically" indirect
In reply to: The Future 's message, "Re: Steve, you're trying too hard to be hard to be "politically" indirect" on 08/15/15 3:55:23pm Sat

>Apparently, Brian is gay.
>Sadly, he is also from New Jersey.
>He also seems to be a pretty great get for Colgate.
>Any time you can land the scholar-athlete of the year
>from Notre Dame-- who has degrees from Stanford and
>Harvard (both with honors) you're off to a good start.
>From the sports side, he still works out with the swim
>team at DePauw--so he seems like the perfect president
>to understand the sacrifices and commitment it takes
>to be an athlete.
>Comments on articles mention that he is well-like by
>students and a good fundraiser.
>Hopefully, he appreciates Colgate's unique place in
>Div 1 sports and gets Notre Dame to stop ducking us.
>Go 'gate!

"Notre Dame to stop ducking us." I truly hope this comment was made in a joking manner. Let's try to compete at the Patriot League level first. There are some high level D2 & D3 teams that could compete with us in certain sports, which should raise eyebrows.

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