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Old 04-25-2013   #160
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Default Re: Texans 2013 NFL Draft, Round 1

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Originally Posted by Lucky View Post
That really means squat in regards to whether the guy can play football. If you don't like him as a football player, that's one thing. But the NCAA is a joke and whether a guy has to go to JC because of their bogus rules is meaningless.
I guess.

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Originally Posted by ESPN
It was tough, at first, for Patterson to accept going to a junior college after not qualifying academically out of high school. He admitted that he didn't care about his grades during his freshman and sophomore year, and it left him in a tough predicament.

He wanted to go straight from high school to a top-notch program, but the detour to Hutchinson has helped him grow as a person, he said.

"I thought junior college would be a waste of time," Patterson said. "It has been a great thing for me to come here and learn.

"Back in high school, I didn't have everything I needed. I didn't respect people how I should. The coaches here have taught me respect and how to do things the right way."
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Now he is saying that it wasn't his fault on draft day?

Doesn't seem genuine to me.
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