jt1341 wrote:Wow, you are retarded.
I fixed that for you. I guess I should expect a little bit more from somebody planning on going into the law, but then again...you were
a football player.
jt1341 wrote:They dont care about you playing football because you are a good football player. They care about it because they can put it into their bullshit diversity statistics.
Oh? That doesn't seem to match up well with your other comments, such as:
jt1341 wrote:(where do you play football is the real question. Are we talking Alabama/Texas, University of Arizona, or crum state university)
If you play for a D1 school that is known...
...if he played D1 football at a school recognized for football it would help...
Surely, if they only wanted to pad their "bullshit diversity statistics", they wouldn't care what schools the athletes came from? Merely that a certain portion of their class is made up of D1 athletes?
jt1341 wrote:And yes it does greatly set you apart from the vast majority of applicants.
So would being Hitler's long lost great-grandson.
jt1341 wrote:So yes it would help you to gain an edge on law school admissions.
I didn't say it wouldn't.
jt1341 wrote:Because obviously he wasnt just sitting in the library studying the whole time he was in undergrad.
The fact that you treat "just sitting in the library studying" with such disdain highlights your insecurity towards those who worked harder than you in school, and your desperate psychological need to convince yourself that your skill at handling balls will somehow convince the adcomms that you're better than those two-eyed pasty nerds and their book smarts.
jt1341 wrote:He had other HUGE time concerns that show he can take on many challenges at once.
Like the triple threats of studying, studying, and studying that he'll be facing in law school?