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At this point they can probably both fit at Minnesota.  The overlap with him and Gable is what caused the whole triple commit saga in the first place.   

2019/20 - Gable (Sophomore), Kerk (Olympic Redshirt)
2020/21 - Gable (Junior), Kerk (Redshirt)
2021/22 - Kerk (RS Freshman), Gable (Redshirt)
2022/23 - Gable (RS Senior), Kerk (Medical Redshirt)
2023/24 - Kerk (RS Sophomore)
2024/25 - Kerk (RS Junior)
2025/26 - Kerk (RS Senior)

And as an added bonus, he can complete his doctorate while competing as a student athlete.  

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26 minutes ago, steamboat_charlie v2 said:

At this point they can probably both fit at Minnesota.  The overlap with him and Gable is what caused the whole triple commit saga in the first place.   

2019/20 - Gable (Sophomore), Kerk (Olympic Redshirt)
2020/21 - Gable (Junior), Kerk (Redshirt)
2021/22 - Kerk (RS Freshman), Gable (Redshirt)
2022/23 - Gable (RS Senior), Kerk (Medical Redshirt)
2023/24 - Kerk (RS Sophomore)
2024/25 - Kerk (RS Junior)
2025/26 - Kerk (RS Senior)

And as an added bonus, he can complete his doctorate while competing as a student athlete.  

What kind of injury to you predict for Kerk in 2022/2023?

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1 hour ago, steamboat_charlie v2 said:

At this point they can probably both fit at Minnesota.  The overlap with him and Gable is what caused the whole triple commit saga in the first place.   

2019/20 - Gable (Sophomore), Kerk (Olympic Redshirt)
2020/21 - Gable (Junior), Kerk (Redshirt)
2021/22 - Kerk (RS Freshman), Gable (Redshirt)
2022/23 - Gable (RS Senior), Kerk (Medical Redshirt)
2023/24 - Kerk (RS Sophomore)
2024/25 - Kerk (RS Junior)
2025/26 - Kerk (RS Senior)

And as an added bonus, he can complete his doctorate while competing as a student athlete.  

He insisted on starting this year. No way he could handle having to share the spotlight with Gable. 

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3 hours ago, Antitroll2828 said:

Willie reported on this....he practices at Minny because he’s back living home and has to take online classes for Ohio state so he can transfer in good academic standing. I think it’s just the closest place he can train while he figures out the rest 

If true, tOSU is providing a horrible academic experience. Ouch.

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Just now, steamboat_charlie v2 said:

You realize virtually every university offers online courses, right? 

You realize he is a true freshman taking his entire curriculum online, right?  If he is doing it, we can assume it is the recommended course of action.  Again, ouch.

Note: we should talk about this as a policy rather than this individual, since I dont actually know this is the case.

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1 minute ago, Plasmodium said:

You realize he is a true freshman taking his entire curriculum online, right?  If he is doing it, we can assume it is the recommended course of action.  Again, ouch.

Note: we should talk about this as a policy rather than this individual, since I dont actually know this is the case.

That's an asinine assumption on your part.  

He wouldn't even be taking classes if it weren't for NCAA eligibility requirements.  He's using a few online classes to hit his minimum credit hours and then he'll jet.  

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52 minutes ago, steamboat_charlie v2 said:

That's an asinine assumption on your part.  

He wouldn't even be taking classes if it weren't for NCAA eligibility requirements.  He's using a few online classes to hit his minimum credit hours and then he'll jet.  

No, it isnt.  He is already enrolled at tOSU.  Too late to drop.  A person who lives three states from campus is going to fail every class that is not online.   If he is to succeed in the scenario you describe, he needed to be enrolled online from the beginning of the semester.

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45 minutes ago, Plasmodium said:

 

No, it isnt.  He is already enrolled at tOSU.  Too late to drop.  A person who lives three states from campus is going to fail every class that is not online.   If he is to succeed in the scenario you describe, he needed to be enrolled online from the beginning of the semester.

You know what... I'll retract what I said, that's a good point.  

I suppose he could have signed up for the minimum number of credits online that would allow him to transfer later without a sit out period as a precaution, or perhaps he could be doing partial online and flying back for midterms.  There are a lot of intro classes that have an online lecture component and online homework/quizzes, but in-person exams.  

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3 hours ago, Plasmodium said:

If true, tOSU is providing a horrible academic experience. Ouch.

No, Kerk chose a horrible academic experience. They "provide" online classes for everyone like every school. Ouch. 

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