PHONE'S RINGING -- IT'S URBAN ON THE LINE
Two Carters, two talented wide receivers who made early exits from the Buckeye program. I guess money can't buy self-discipline.
been coming for awhile. no biggie
Too bad for everyone involved. Kid had some serious skills on the field, too bad he couldn't keep it together off of it. Hope he does well wherever he ends up.
So much for this: http://www.elevenwarriors.com/2010/09/duron-carter-will-definitely-be-a-...
Wasn't Greene also heavily doubting any trouble on the horizon with Tat5 until he pulled a 180, or am I mistaking him for somebody else?
Yeah also Duron WANTED to come back to Columbus. Tress decided against it, basically saying both parties would be better off. Duron would have had to get a 3.0 or above in winter and spring JUST to be eligible for fall. Based on his track record I don't think that would've happened and apparently neither did JT. Duron didn't show he grew up that much at JuCo this year so the Senator vetos his bill to come back to Cbus (sorry couldn't help myself)
ROFLCOPTER A SENATOR CAN'T VETO A BILL ONLY PRESIDENT HOLBROOK CAN VETO A BILL
If he does transfer to DA U, does that mean he can play right away without sitting out?
CC transfer rules and all.
Class of 2010
Yes he can play right away...have a hunch it will be LSU, Oklahoma, or Da U...Oregon an outside shot
Duron's JuCo coach was asked why he wasn't returning to OSU and the response was (paraphrasing): same problems as before. So perhaps his grades didn't really improve. I believe you get to start over at a new university, so he may be able to get in a season before he's academically ineligible again and then declare for the NFL draft.
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