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Date Posted: 03/ 4/03 11:17am
Author: Harry"Once again ,the pulse"Ptesties
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Subject: Re: You guys aren't even close...........
In reply to: Colt 's message, "Re: jason king" on 03/ 4/03 9:12am

>Rumor had it that King left the University for
>academic reasons. While a student, he was listed in
>the Basketball Team Press Guide as majoring in
>Computer Science which at Cal Poly is a brutal course
>of study. Unless the guy was a genius, it would seem
>impossible to balance between the rigorous course load
>of Comp Sci and play basketball.
>However, the press guide stated that he had also been
>recruited by one of the military academies, so it
>seemed he might have a chance academically. Guess not.
>Last heard, King transferred to Cuesta Junior College
>in San Luis Obispo with the expectation of returning
>to Cal Poly. Since then, he's disappeared from the
>radar screen.
Jason King did have trouble at Poly academically, that's no secret. After leaving Poly he sold cars out at Coast Nissan for a couple of years. I should know I bought one from him. He is now in some sort of trade school up in Sacto. Dude was really a nice guy. Every once in a while I would go out there and talk to him about the state of Cal Poly basketball. I used to love to hear his stories about the Flim Flam Man. To say that the team quit on Flim after his 3rd year would be a major understaement. He had nothing but good things to say about Brombs. Whatever he chooses to do in life I'm sure he will succeed.

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