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Jimmie Swain has offers from Iowa and Kansas and more are likely on the way. His film is really impressive.
Lees Summit (Mo.) linebacker Jimmie Swain has picked up a pair of offers and more could be on the way for the 6-foot-2.5, 210-pound defender.
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Sounds like the accounting method of FIFO at work here.........first in (Iowa), first out (Iowa).
These business majors are tough, aren't they?
He would definitely look good in black and gold, so think about it a bit longer, would you, Jimmie? It would be great to have you with us, and your family can get to all the games in less time!
Iowa has one of the best public school College of Business programs in the country. When he sees the talent on campus at MSU, he won't be as excited. I think after NW, they were ranked the ugliest girls in the BIG here a few years ago. Once he does a bit more research,
Just did a check. Holy Cow Iowa really dropped off in the business school ranks. 49th now(used to be #18) and MSU is actually #45. So they are pretty similar in rank. There are several B1G schools that are ahead of Iowa. Actually, almost all of them are. Pathetic. Boy, how TIppie has fallen.
Edit: Those were MBA rankings. Not undergrad. My bad. I can only find the Top 10 undergrads.
Edit #2: Iowa is actually tied for 31st in 2011. MSU was Tied for 25th. Still have fallen off. Lame.
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These "college rankings" are a bunch of BS. I've known idiots that went to Stanford and Harvard and very successful business men and women that went to Murray State and UNI. It's what you put into your college education, not where you went.
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