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Wednesday, September 15, 2010



The NCAA has decided that Cairo Santos' ACT score is strangely suspicious. His score went from a 22 to a 30.

So because he didn't score like a 12 the first time, take it 6 or 7 times like all of the other neanderthals, and then take "correspondence" via the mormons to even be academically eligible that this is all very very suspicious.

It couldn't possibly be that english truly is his second language and that maybe he studied better for the second try? Besides the point: HELLO! A SCORE OF 22 IS AUTOMATIC ELIGIBILITY.

Join me in protesting such absurdity!

When Tulane was in NCAA's land...
Let our CAIRO GO!
Oppress'd so hard they could not stand...
Let our CAIRO go!

Go down, Dickson
Way down in NCAA land,
Tell old Jim Isch,
Let our CAIRO GO!


UPDATE (9/16) Cairo Santos' waiver was approved by the NCAA and he has been cleared to play. Phew! That was a close call. We finally find ourselves a kicker and then they pick on us. Well, onwards we go to Houston! Let's hope all the Cooters have picked the cotton out of their ears so that they can actually "hear" whistles blown by the officials this time around.

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