Well honestly, anything they want, but usually a sports related major.
Here's an Example: Colt McCoy, Texas Longhorn's Quarterback 2006-2009, Major: Sports Management...
you can play as much as you want but you have to work very hard and make sure you are on time for every game and practice
Richard Billingsley has written: 'Major college football, 1982' -- subject(s): College sports, Football, Statistics 'Major college football' -- subject(s): College sports, Football, Statistics
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Probably harvard, stanford, yale, and schools like that
They have sports in college to partly have more fun in college but to give entertainment in college
College sports can be followed on websites such as CBS Sports. ESPN and Fox Sports also report from college sports. Another option is to use the many twitter accounts and blogs that focus on college sports.
Vanderbilt University. source:Guiness book of sports trivia (1971)
At any YMCA which is located in just about every town
its a sports college idot
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