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Plus guys like Junior Seau finish their career and are never the same again.
So what running back needs a long NFL career. Get in as a high pick, make your money and get out and do something else.
Bell can always come back after his career in The NFL is over and get his degree leaving a year early doesn't just mean that's that.
Anybody who is arguing for him staying is just thinking out of personal love for wanting to see MSU succeed.
Now, for Bell, who knows what he really wants. Maybe his #1 goal is to stay at get his degree? Maybe he is really happy where he is at right now? If so, great for him and next year's team. BUT, if his #1 goal is to go and have a professional football career, then it is best that he takes off.
OK .... you're crazy.
Spartans ...committed to bring Paul Bunyan home in 2013.
Or, they think he could go higher next year, be stronger and faster ,get more money in his first contract, play 5 years and walk away while he still can walk. Then he can live off his pension and teach Phys Ed and coach. It isn't as exciting as the NFL, but you won't have headaches for the rest of your life.
Or, they remember their years at MSU fondly, understand that the working world never lets you go once it gets its hands on you, and think that maybe, just maybe, Le'Veon should think about that before it's too late.
I love Le'Veon as a brother, and will support him whichever choice he makes. Truth to be told, none of us knows which path is better for him.
This post was edited by SpartanInNH 18 months ago
Thank you, Denicos.
What O player good enough to leave early, would want another dose of MSU's OC?
Uh, yeah we do. Leveon should go pro, its the best decision for him and its not up for debate.
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