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  • Major Applewhite ..... thank you .......

    THAT was a great performance. Major was Major. it's too bad it came as a suprise to some people and it's too bad Mack couldn't pull his head from his axe before Simms threw two games away.
    I have never seen someone get as screwed over as he did and still be a team guy to the end. What a class act.



    Congrats to Major on an outstanding career. I hope he gets a shot to play in the NFL, but know coaching is his future and it looks VERY bright. What an amazing kid.

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    I caught bits and pieces of it and finally turned it off when it looked like Texas couldn't catch up - as usual big mistake. Good job to Major, he's a smart guy and he should have a shot in the NFL, but coaching is probably best.

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    • #3
      If you look up STUDENT ATHLETE in the dictionary, Major's pic would be right there. Also, if you look up class, again Major's picture is right there.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by txramsfan
        If you look up STUDENT ATHLETE in the dictionary, Major's pic would be right there. Also, if you look up class, again Major's picture is right there.
        Nice to see these days with athletes...

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