The 5 players we need to stay

NoNCAAWinsSince1992

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Is multidisciplinary studies the degree that you get when you've changed majors a bunch of times but you have enough credits for a degree so they award you a multidisciplinary studies degree?
I believe so. Also for athletes to take a bunch of random classes to maintain eligibility.
 
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topminer

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I agree with Axing--Bryson Williams is looking to go somewhere that will put him in the national/international spotlight he deserves. CUSA or the Mountain West do not receive the attention he desires.

I also feel having both Boum and Agnew and their sometimes divergent strengths could be a very positive situation--depending upon whether or not they learn to complement each other under a new coach. Both will be learning some new roles...
 
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FeralFelidae

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Multidisciplinary Studies major. Most people getting a master’s didn’t get their bachelors in that. Especially exceptional scholarship athletes.
Well, he is a grad transfer, so I presume he is a grad student unless he's working on a second bachelor's. He also made the CUSA Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll (twice), which means that he was maintaining a GPA over 3.0, so whatever classes he was taking, he wasn't close to failing them.
 

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Beard wanted Terry because Terry can bring in players like Kevin Durant not because he wants Bryson Williams.
Oh, I'm sorry; I should have checked with you before I made such a erroneous statement. How about considering both reasons?
 

FeralFelidae

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Williams should to go to a school that needs him so he can shine. He'll get buried at Texas, most likely. It'll be a hard choice for him but maybe Golding can help. Time to get off the Terry wagon, IMHO.
He'll start at Texas or just about anywhere. I'll bet Kansas would find a use for him. If anything, he'll thrive somewhere that he doesn't have to do everything himself and can just focus on his game.
 

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