Posted by Drew Litton at 6:00 AM
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June 6, 2007
If players can't trust their coach (Bzdelik) to support them, who is going to want to play for CU? He should NOT be allowed to do steal a scholarship he had nothing to do with earning. If the student fails the scholarship, then the student is responsible for the loss, not some egotistical control freak. By the way, great 'toon Drew.
Well....the players should complain to the Powers That Be at CU. Bzdelik surely clairified if he would be allowed to send a few players packing if he didn't feel they were deserving of the scholarships. CU hired him. They had to have known.
A little off topic, but this new Hurdleism sent me into a laughing fit. This is one of Hurdle's post game comments from their loss to Houston on Tuesday night.
"It's a tough game to play until it gets easy," Hurdle said.
Where does Clint get this stuff from?
June 8, 2007
It's disgusting that Bzdelik has been allowed to pull scholarships from players. It takes years to build a program. Bzdelik is a great coach but this move is tacky and classless. Why completely disrupt the education and life a young student-athlete? This isn't professional sports, these are students first!
Most of you idiots have no idea how college scholarships work. Try doing a little research before you write things about Bzdelik. Three of the kids were offered financial aid at the same level as their scholarship so they could stay at CU and continue their education. The other one wasn't doing the job in the classroom, glad he is gone. The reality is that Patton recruited kids that couldn't cut it at a Div 1 school, no wonder his teams were so pathetic.
June 28, 2010
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