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Oh and you should recheck my man, both states have 3 5 stars
fsufsu said... I've got about 10 great stories on Lane but all you need to know is he will never be a loser, that's for sure.
Az, you have to realize that for Purp and his specialness think that 10 years is greater than 50 so obviously 1 year is better than 30
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He also doesn't understand how medical schools work.
Theres a thing called 247 composite
Still doesn't change the fact we whipped your ass
Yeah, and its meaningless in March
Most sites haven't even evaluated tons of prospects, including ESPN's 150 which is a large part of the composite rankings
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And you don't know the difference between UAB and UA
is that like, retard strength or what?
BAZINGA! dude you are ultra fail.
Still doesn't get it. By the way, the "LSU Medical School" isn't listed on LSU's website. It's listed on the LSUHSC website. And is located in New Orleans. Much like The University of Alabama School of Medicine is located on the UAB website and is located in Birmingham (I wonder why you'd put it on UAB website... hmmm...).
Purp will you please post of picture of yourself ?
Let me spell this out for you in simpler terms: The University of Alabama School of Medicine, while being listed on UAB's website, is the ALBAMA UNIVERSITY SYSTEM (UA, UAB, UAH)'s medical school. Just like LSU's in New Orleans is the LSU system's (LSU, LSU Shreveport, et al).
Learn how this sh!t works, damn. It's not rocket science.
Different campus, different location
You're still retarded thinking UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA is the same thing as UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA IN BIRMINGHAM
LSU's medical school is in New Orleans, chief. Maryland's is in Baltimore. Shall I continue?
Is that why tOSU's med school is attached to the main branch instead of being in Wooster?
We've reported here that Jabrill Peppers has had a top two for the longest in Stanford and Ohio State. Michigan is a school that I think will make a major move here after he visits. Besides those three, Peppers has named several other programs he's had interested in, but for now my money is on one of those three and I think the Wolverines are in a spot to grab some serious momentum following his visit and with him growing up a fan. It should also be mentioned that Stanford and Ohio State have done a phenomenal job recruiting Peppers to this point.
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If Columbus is a big enough city to justify a medical school than it will be there. That's true for any University that has that luxury. Alabama has a campus in Tuscaloosa. LSU is in Baton Rouge. Maryland is in College Park. Medical schools succeed better in big cities.
So Purp, LSU doesn't have a med school?
Don't bring that logic mess itt Steve. It doesn't belong with the lulz.
It was 6 years ago
It might be under the same system. But It is a DIFFERENT SCHOOL
Fricking tard. I'm not disputing that they are under the same system
Stupid is as stupid does sf2k4
Here's a video
Here he is after the 2012 NCG
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