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The above is Elijah Holyfield, the son of former boxing champion Evander Holyfield, deciding to take his running back talents to the University of Georgia. But his father isn't a fan of his decision and would rather him go to Notre Dame...
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“If you go to college, you go to get an education. That’s why I tried to get him to go to Notre Dame.”

“What are you going to do from 25-75? Education is the key. Life is more than football, just like life is more than boxing. I can’t say that Georgia can’t give him a good education, but only that at Notre Dame you’d be getting a $250,000 a year education instead of a $50,000 education.”



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Damn could you imagine graduating with 1 million dollars of student loan debt
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Tuition and fees for out of state to Georgia: $43,868.00
Tuition and fees for out of state to Notre Dame: $47,929.00



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"Georgia is not as academically accomplished as Notre Dame, Stanford, Auburn, or Harvard."

Auburn isn't even #1 in its own state (neither is UA BTW).
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Larry,

Could you get no better close up pics of his mom?
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250k a year?? link
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Hahahahah Auburn in the same sentence as Harvard, Stanford, and ND!
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Auburn lol
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Evander is correct.

Georgia is not as academically accomplished as Notre Dame, Stanford, Auburn, or Harvard. These type of schools are much more respected.
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Sounds like Evander's been punched in the head too often.
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MSH
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"at Notre Dame you’d be getting a $250,000 a year education instead of a $50,000 education.”


HA
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