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Lucas Krull Transferring to Pitt

Discussion in 'RayGator's Swamp Gas' started by atlantagator86, Dec 16, 2019.

  1. atlantagator86

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  2. SuperMOM

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    Will Franks be next? I could see Franks going to Pitt.
     
  3. TrueGator

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    I liked his energy. Wish he was staying. Best of luck Lucas. Thanks for being a Gator.
     
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  4. DoctorGator

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    I like him, too. Best of luck to him. Hopefully he helps Pitt beat scUM and/or fsu.
     
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  5. Gatorchip

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    Hope he makes it to the NFL. That degree in African American Studies likely won't open up a lot of opportunities.
     
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    Thanks Lucas for being a Gator. Always be true to your team and remember the Gators! We will miss your pass option play!!! Good luck!!
     
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  7. ApexNC

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    Wish him the best. Very surprised to see he was leaving...but I wish him well.
     
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  8. boatdrinks

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    Best of luck Lucas. This Gator will always root for you.
     
  9. recongator

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    Krull was always easy to spot in the pregame warmups, never wore a shirt
     
  10. BLING

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    Most athletes in general aren't majoring in engineering or something pre-med like chemistry, even for top students the time constraints of this level of athletics make it almost impossible to also do a "highly rigorous" major. Anyone that does deserves extra props. So unless this guy chose his degree as a racist joke, as long as he took it seriously it's probably at least better than the ole' Community and Youth services" degree (or something similar) that most football players tend to do. I believe it's a major in college of liberal arts, so if you wanted to go into teaching, for instance, it would probably be looked at as equivalent to a history degree.

    It's no worse than "business management", although truthfully I wonder why more football players don't major in business. At least that might have "relevance" to them, AND it's pretty damn easy.
     
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  11. your_perfect_enemy

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    UNC might hire him as a professor
     
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  12. BJ1888

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    Sports Management is usually pretty popular, and it's not quite as rigorous as the Management program at the School of Business.
     
  13. DieAGator

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    Is there room for more than one TE? If you get four or five on roster will the 3, 4, and 5 see any snaps? Krull has size but lacked what, speed, strength or hands?
     
  14. G8tr69

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    Good luck Krull :D
     
  15. Pasco08

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    No ill will, Wish him the best.
     
  16. tilly

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    So by declaring to Pitt during the same calendar year that they beat UCF, means he gets a ring right?
     
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