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MessageSujet: TMQ Obscure College Score   Mar 12 Sep - 19:24

Voilà ma partie préférée du célèbre TMQ:

Les Obscures College Score de la semaine...

Obscure College Score of the Week: Massachusetts Maritime 19, MIT 0. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has a football team? What, composed entirely of 5-7 guys with thick-rimmed glasses? It turns out the MIT football roster includes a 6-5, 268-pound tight end. This guy goes to MIT? And leave it to MIT to make its athletic department sound like some sort of classified defense installation.

Obscure College Score of the Week No. 2: Webber 13, Shorter 6. Located in Rome, Ga., Shorter College asks parents to make donations while their children are attending -- to expect parents to pay and donate simultaneously seems a little brassy even by the standards of contemporary college money obsession. Shorter's honor code runs a phenomenal 9,542 words. For those accused of violating the code, there is a 24-point trial procedure followed by a 14-point appeal procedure.


0 point pour MIT, pourtant ils doivent avoir des têtes qui doivent calculer la trajectoire du ballon par rapport au vent, à la gravité,...
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MessageSujet: Re: TMQ Obscure College Score   Mer 20 Sep - 8:46

Obscure College Score of the Week: Bucknell 20, Cornell 5. The Big Red faithful lament -- if only we'd gotten eight more safeties! Located in Lewisburg, Pa., Bucknell is too renown to qualify as an obscure college. But the school has a little-known quality with regards to modern sports: It both plays Division I and graduates its athletes. Bucknell sent its men's basketball team to the NCAA tournament last March, where the Bison were the sole tourney college that had graduated all scholarship athletes in the most recent NCAA ranking. Bucknell won the clever athletics-and-academics bracket recently assembled by Inside Higher Education. Bucknell's Sean Conover, a rookie defensive end on the Tennessee Titans' practice squad, was busy last spring because before reporting to the Titans he put on a funny-looking gown and graduated. Bucknell often leads Division I schools in athletes' graduation rates, and is fourth all time in total Academic All-American honors dispensed by ESPN The Magazine. Attention other universities -- it is not impossible to have major sports programs that graduate their athletes, you just have to care about education. Cornell note: though this school (the most beautiful campus in academia and TMQ's favorite Ivy) costs $45,767 a year, its athletics department's Web site nonetheless has pop-up ads.



Bonus Obscure College Score: Ursinus 6, LaSalle 2. The Explorers' faithful lament -- if only we'd gotten three more safeties! Located in Philadelphia, LaSalle University has a faculty member who is an expert on Robin Hood.



Bonus Combined Obscure Scores: Saint Francis of Indiana and Saint John's of Minnesota beat Pikeville and Augsburg by a combined 123-0. Running up the score is not saintly behavior!
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