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LSU's Mo Claiborne's low Wonderlic aptitude test scores were aired publicly this week, but reportedly he has a learning disability. Either way he decided to respond to all the negativity on Twitter...
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“At the end of the day I will be a top 10 pick!” tweeted Claiborne, whose account is protected, according to USA Today. “… You guys don’t no me #Top10."
(Misspelling “know” may not help his case here, but we still love him and wish him luck.) Claiborne also retweeted an NFL.com article in which former NFL general manager Charley Casserly broke down the importance of the test.
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Mike Honcho143 months
My ex GF would always use no for know in text messages. She definately knew it was not right but that was her text messaging shorthand. So I read nothing into Mo doing the same thing.
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Honcho C McGregor143 months
Does this not say that LSU just basically green lighted Mo through every class. No way he can get a four on the wonderlic and consistently pass college level courses.
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lsuoilengr143 months
I support Mo and his ability to crush his enemies! see them driven before him! hear the lamentations of the women!!! HEAR THE LAMENTATIONS OF THE WOMEN!!!!
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TIGER PASS143 months
Now he can hire 10 full time teachers to boost his score. Does it really matter in football when your that good?
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pellietigersaint143 months
Do we chastise lawyers and doctors who are not athletic? freakin Hippocrates
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SanFranTiger143 months
But a first grader can't defend a pass in the NFL. Supposedly he has dyslexia.
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lsu480143 months
He got a FOUR????? A 1ST GRADER COULD GET A FOUR!!!!
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