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Since: 11.1.02
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Slept through his Religion final...has been declared ineligible for the Sugar Bowl.

FSU has now lost its two top quarterbacks in the span of about three weeks.





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He should sue for having to take a final in religion at a public university. I mean, separation of church and state. I feel real sorry for those who took FSU with the 3.5. Of course, I feel sorry for myself for not taking Georgia and giving 3.5, because this line probably will end up around 9-10 now that FSU will play QB #3.



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    Originally posted by redsoxnation
    He should sue for having to take a final in religion at a public university. I mean, separation of church and state. I feel real sorry for those who took FSU with the 3.5. Of course, I feel sorry for myself for not taking Georgia and giving 3.5, because this line probably will end up around 9-10 now that FSU will play QB #3.


then he shouldn't have taken religious classes, or if it's a religious school, go there.

if you go to catholic u. here in DC, there should be no shock that you have to take catholic classes.

if that's a requirement for FSU, then he could have said "No thanks."

but he didn't

and religion is gonna bite him in the ass...



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    Originally posted by rikidozan

      Originally posted by redsoxnation
      He should sue for having to take a final in religion at a public university. I mean, separation of church and state. I feel real sorry for those who took FSU with the 3.5. Of course, I feel sorry for myself for not taking Georgia and giving 3.5, because this line probably will end up around 9-10 now that FSU will play QB #3.


    then he shouldn't have taken religious classes, or if it's a religious school, go there.

    if you go to catholic u. here in DC, there should be no shock that you have to take catholic classes.

    if that's a requirement for FSU, then he could have said "No thanks."

    but he didn't

    and religion is gonna bite him in the ass...



Actually he is a religion major, so the reason he has to take a religion class is kind of self explanitory.



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Oh, come on. We all know he took a religion major hoping he wouldn't have to use it once he got drafted... this can't be too bad for him, can it?







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Hahaha. Best thing I have read all week.





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