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Date Posted: 13:27:05 01/08/03 Wed
Author: ARCRat
Subject: Yes, there are two sides
In reply to: MaacGruff 's message, "Oh, I'm sure the grades were a concern but.." on 13:00:02 01/08/03 Wed

On the one hand, when you get an opportunity it's all you to make it happen or not. Mark did not.

On the other hand, I think one of the charms of a mid-major program like Siena should/could be that you don't get the kind of blasts a professional athlete gets if he isn't what people hoped he would be. At least when they guy decided to run around with his Fire Lanier sign he's talking about a six-figure basketball coach, not a young man taking a 2nd stab at college. Again, I don't think many here agree with me on this but I'm gonna say it over and over again and my mind can't be changed.

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