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Old 10-04-2012   #8
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Originally Posted by Texn4life View Post
Kid has a lot of talent, but is costing himself a ton a money. Look at what happened to Mallet during the draft process. I really wish schools could mandate drug and alcohol counseling for these kids who have past indiscretions to prevent incidents from reoccurring. Past players would also make great mentors for the current student athletes as well. I know they have this at a few programs, but it would be great to see it implemented at a lot more schools.

Not saying it would have helped this kid though. I've heard about his heavy drug use for a while now. Its not a very big secret in the D/FW area.
Pachall was actually already participating in the school's mandatory drug and alcohol program because he failed a drug test.

It's really a shame. He has the intangibles of a first round QB.
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