Catching up with Tevin Washington

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http://www.ramblinwreck.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/061314aaa.html

I'm glad this is how TW wants to be remembered, because this is how I remember him...

"That I was a team-first guy willing to do whatever for the team," he said. "Fought through adversity up and down throughout his career and still managed to end his career on a positive note, with graduating from school and maintaining a positive role through adversity."
 

Ibeeballin

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Started out as an Engineering major but finished with a Business Management degree.

I wish this is issue gets fixed between the AA and Institution.
 

GTrob21

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Always respected Tevin and thought GT people were too hard on him.

I hope that young man continues to do well in life.
 

Blumpkin Souffle

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Started out as an Engineering major but finished with a Business Management degree.

I wish this is issue gets fixed between the AA and Institution.
Dat M-Train doe.

Seriously we all know at least 2 or 3 people who started out engineering and switched to management.
 

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Dat M-Train doe.

Seriously we all know at least 2 or 3 people who started out engineering and switched to management.
2 or 3? I know more like 10. I don't really see it as a problem. It's pretty much impossible to switch from MGT to Engineering sicne you would have to start completely over, but switching from Engineering to MGT is fairly easy. A lot of kids come in and decide they'll give engineering a try, and then if it isn't for them they switch to MGT.
 

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Always respected Tevin and thought GT people were too hard on him.

I hope that young man continues to do well in life.
I was one of them, on a certain level. I now understand his command of PJ's offense.

I wish him well and could come work for me any day.
 

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I think APR should be normalized for the university somehow. Not only do we have many non SAs who switch from engineering to mgt, we have a lot who take longer than four years, or did. Staying on track to graduate in engineering in 4 years is tough.
 

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I think APR should be normalized for the university somehow. Not only do we have many non SAs who switch from engineering to mgt, we have a lot who take longer than four years, or did. Staying on track to graduate in engineering in 4 years is tough.
I switched from Computer Science to Industrial Management & still took 5 1/2 years to get out. I admire anybody who can get out in 4 years.
 

Ibeeballin

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As mentioned before on here, the engineering dept is inflexible with the AA. I would've love to do IE but many/all the labs are around practice time

Seriously we all know at least 2 or 3 people who started out engineering and switched to management.
But I'm pretty sure them switching was by choice not force which is usually the case for most athletes
 
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