well that's just, like, your opinion, man
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|2 years 24 weeks ago||See post No. 177 for an||
See post No. 177 for an explanation. The short answer is no, she could not block attendance to Sparty.
|2 years 24 weeks ago||While it's true that a||
While it's true that a recruit needs a parent/guardian signature to participate in the National Letter of Intent program if under the age of 21, he (or she) does NOT need a signature to receive financial aid.
The LOI is an optional program and does not have to be signed. It means the recruit can still be recruited by other programs until enrollment. However, a player could sign a financial aid agreement and still receive a scholarship by the institution.
The parents can make it difficult on McDowell to go to Michigan State, but ultimately they cannot prevent it.
|5 years 28 weeks ago||http://www.youtube.com/watch?|
|5 years 35 weeks ago||I guess it's a good thing||
I guess it's a good thing none of that stuff happens in Ann Arbor.
Seriously though, it's my experience that if fans of both sides lay low and don't be obnoxious or call attention to themselves, it's mostly a pleasant experience. Most adult OSU and UM fans treat each other with respect. It's when you get mixed up in the student sections and outwardly cheer that it sometimes gets interesting.