Congrats to Eric Curry, he's set to join the Big Ten in a year-long fellowship this academic year!


UpAndUnder43

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Good for Curry. I'm excited for the STrib article in 2047 saying he now holds every degree from the U of M.
 


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for all of the complaining that fans can do, we need to recognize players who do things the right way.

Curry could have quit about a dozen times with all of the stuff he's had to deal with.

instead, he hung in there, represented the U of MN with class on and off the court, and has been recognized as a true student-athlete.

The guy has a masters degree and now will spend a year working in the B1G office.

Way to go, EC.
 

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for all of the complaining that fans can do, we need to recognize players who do things the right way.

Curry could have quit about a dozen times with all of the stuff he's had to deal with.

instead, he hung in there, represented the U of MN with class on and off the court, and has been recognized as a true student-athlete.

The guy has a masters degree and now will spend a year working in the B1G office.

Way to go, EC.
Spot on 100%
 


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for all of the complaining that fans can do, we need to recognize players who do things the right way.

Curry could have quit about a dozen times with all of the stuff he's had to deal with.

instead, he hung in there, represented the U of MN with class on and off the court, and has been recognized as a true student-athlete.

The guy has a masters degree and now will spend a year working in the B1G office.

Way to go, EC.
Agree. Congrats EC on winning.
 










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