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|3 years 21 weeks ago||Thanks for leaving a note that we have a midwest analyst....||
otherwise we could have trouble...
|3 years 23 weeks ago||Steamy In the Middle-East as well||
Currently in the Middle-East, thought I would be able to come back to some cooler weather this fall; it sounds like it's the same in Ann Arbor as here; hooray for not having A/C in my apartment this year.....
|3 years 24 weeks ago||What about Robert Gregory...||
Former teamate of Chris Bryant; he's listed on rivals as a dual threat 6' 3", 185. He's got decent size if he could bulk up redshirt year and if QB doesn't work out for him, he would be an ideal candidate for a position switch.....
|3 years 29 weeks ago||I disagree actually....||
As a current student myself, I have had several different types of experiences, both large and small. While it is true that larger companies are often well known and can look good on ones resume I feel that this is a superficial way of looking at this. A resume can help get you through the door with big names like that but with the more competitive job market it's what have you done, not where have you been. Companies don't want to spend the first three-six months training a new employee when there are others out there that already have gained the experience needed. With that in mind I am actually interning for a small consulting firm this summer which I expect to be incredibly valuable. Here, in a small firm I have the opportunity to interact with all different aspects of the firm; basically I'm not going to just be stuck in the accounting dept. marketing dept. etc.... One thing you can always do which sometimes can come off as pushy but in the long run is extremely beneficial: ask both firms what EXACTLY your internship will entail. From there both should hopefully give you strait-forward answers which will aid you in choosing your internship
Looking at internships in the view of: will I get a job out of this?
This is also a very common way to look at internships when comparing large and small firms. I have a sibling who is interning at a large firm with the prior knowledge that if they do a good job they will have a job when they graduate. This is definitely more common in larger firms because in general they are doing more hiring. I would not say that it is limited to a large firm though because if you are working at a small niche firm they often have connections with larger firms. A previous internship that I had was at one of these small firms and this year as I began my search I asked my supervisor for advice and they gave me the names of some of their referral partners which were both small and larger corporations. In the end you can never be certain of if you will actually get a job out of an internship, all that you can do is learn as much about what each position will entail, who your supervisor will be, what your hours are, and lastly I'll hesitantly add on how much you will be paid. The reason why I am hesitant to add the last is because in the grand scheme of things if these internships are as high caliber as you say they are you will be destined for a job where you will be able to make quite a bit of money where the funds generated from an internship would seem insignificant. Hope this helps and good luck
|3 years 47 weeks ago||You can thank ESPN's ratings...||
You can thank ESPN's ratings, they had him as the 19th rated prospect in the nation. To compare with rivals he was an average 3 star...
|3 years 50 weeks ago||71||
according to wikipedia...
|3 years 50 weeks ago||look above||
beat ya to it :)
|3 years 50 weeks ago||bring me the battery||
how about a former 1-AA coach, the 1 and only Mr. Jerry Moore of App State? Not as crazy as one would think, I mean he has a proven track record, great success at the 1-AA/FCS level. Offensively it would also be a smooth transition, Armanti Edwards = poor mans Denard...
|4 years 2 weeks ago||And its has begun...||
The exodus of Mississippi State Coaches has begun; a sign that Mullen's shipping off to Florida perhaps....
|4 years 3 weeks ago||JUCO or Prep School||
I know we have already touched base of our reliability of getting recruits in through the JUCO route but what about our past with prep school. I know that it looks like we will be able to get Kinard through prep school and Jones couldn't quite hack it there but what about in our previous years?
|4 years 3 weeks ago||And Boom||
goes the dynamite... at around 2:26
sorry don't know how to embed to the exact time
|4 years 3 weeks ago||Potential||
Yeah Sousa definitely had potential down the road which makes it strange that he really waned to get that early playing time. You would think that having a couple of years to develop would help him maximize that potential instead of just being thrown into the fire. I mean game-time experience is quite beneficial, but as far as mechanics go a redshirt year and a year or two backing up our three-headed monster would make him ready to step in when his time came like the Michigan QB's of the past.