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The W - Football - Free Rent AND a spot on the team?
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    Having already gone through two kickers - who have combined to miss six PATs and half of their field-goal attempts - the sixth-ranked Red Raiders are now seriously considering giving Matt Williams a shot against No. 18 Kansas this weekend.

    Williams is a Tarleton State transfer student who won a month of free rent at the Tech/UMass game several weeks ago by kicking a 30-yard field goal.
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The best Texas Tech has to offer for a halftime skill test is about $600-800 dollars? Don't these half-court shot/30 yard kick challenges usually result in a much more substantial payday?
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Does he have to return the money if he's on the team? I mean, usually the schools are a little bit quieter when they pay kids to play for them.

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Well I'm not sure if it's actually rent or if it's a free month of school housing. I got the impression it might be the latter.
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    Originally posted by thecubsfan
    Does he have to return the money if he's on the team? I mean, usually the schools are a little bit quieter when they pay kids to play for them.

    (edited by thecubsfan on 23.10.08 1354)


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