|08/07/2015 - 2:52pm||Two Positions||
I wonder if part of practicing at multiple positions is to learn a primary position better. If I understand how a CB is coached and have tried to play it myself, maybe this makes me a better WR. Could explain some of the position flipping...
|03/11/2014 - 7:32pm||You wouldn't be received less||
You wouldn't be received less favorably. You can get into any specialty and do well from any US medical school. And, you know, Harvard is Harvard.
|03/11/2014 - 7:04pm||Research rankings are more or||
Research rankings are more or less based on the amount of grant money schools get from the National Institute of Health. More "important" research = more prestige --> more money, which is why the list is topped by schools like Harvard, Johns Hopkins, etc. The primary care rankings measure how good of a job schools do at preparing students for specialties like Family Medicine and Pediatrics, so they're more service-oriented.