Big Tito, forget the fancasts for a minute and lets talk about YOU. why are such a jack ass. Did you sign up to be a dickhead or have some fun and argue sports. every time i see you attempt to argue you have to resort to insulting your opponent. Get a clue you white trash loser. There is a reason you have enough time to sit around trying to argue everyone's topics. Get a life buddy.
Did you really attempt to argue the grade restrictions nthat ND puts on its players. Quck question, how many players actually come out of college and get drafted? Better yet whether the kid plans on being part of the draft or not college sports are always more exciting and again these kids arent all getting drafted so to answer your question id rather have a team of potential leaders than a team put together of students that can barley make the GPA requirements.
Remyj...quick question for you...did you sign on this site just to take potshots at people and not actually put up any fancasts and show your face? If you dont like my opinions, so be it, that is what this site is all about....as far as insultiong my opponent, did you or did you not just call me a dickhead and a jackass?
Oh man, here we go again...guys, this is a sports debating website...not a who can call the other person out more then the other...I wish we could just leave this as sports debates and nothing more...
If you want to bash Big Tito, start a fancast
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