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Topic: Summerville's Zac Bailey chose usuck over Clemson because
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Summerville's Zac Bailey chose usuck over Clemson because

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Posted: Aug 15, 2014 3:02 PM
 

of "education". He said he decided he wanted to major in Criminal Justice--usuck offers it, Clemson doesn't.

http://www.postandcourier.com/article/20140811/PC20/140819904/1032/

and, of course, he'll have the many opportunities of seeing first hand theory put to use in practical application

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Re: Summerville's Zac Bailey chose usuck over Clemson because

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Posted: Aug 15, 2014 3:08 PM
 

prison guards are in heavy demand in Richland county.

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Re: Summerville's Zac Bailey chose usuck over Clemson because

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Posted: Aug 15, 2014 3:19 PM
 

Let me say this....I learned more during my four years at Clemson obtaining my Sociology degree with an emphasis in criminal justice than I did in the year-and-a-half it took me to get my Master's in Criminal Justice at SCAR.

Clemson may not have a formal criminal justice program, but it is on a completely different level than South Carolina. There is no comparison.

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So I bet David likes the handcuffs, no... ? J/K.***


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I don't think they have it as an official major either...

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Posted: Aug 15, 2014 3:21 PM
 

I think you just learn a lot about it while you are there due to the environs. My guess is everyone at USCjr leaves with at least a minor in Criminal Justice.


Re: I don't think they have it as an official major either...


Posted: Aug 15, 2014 3:39 PM
 

There is no justice in Scar~land. Only criminals.

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Re: Summerville's Zac Bailey chose usuck over Clemson because


Posted: Aug 15, 2014 3:46 PM
 

His labs can take place at five points!

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Do you need an undergraduate degree to be a policeman


Posted: Aug 15, 2014 3:53 PM
 

? If so, it must be a new requirement.

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Re: Summerville's Zac Bailey chose usuck over Clemson because


Posted: Aug 15, 2014 4:52 PM
 

Best thread I've read all day!

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Re: Summerville's Zac Bailey chose usuck over Clemson because

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Posted: Aug 15, 2014 6:20 PM
 

Kid is a good player, really good actually. Think he was just tied in tight with the SC OL coach.


Re: Summerville's Zac Bailey chose usuck over Clemson because


Posted: Aug 15, 2014 8:32 PM
 

My understanding that the criminal justice undergrad program there is one of the programs designed to let athletes cruise through. And he was apparently comparing that to mechanical engineering at Clemson. That's like comparing elementary school and high school.

I thought the kid was more intelligent than that. I hope it works out in the NFL for him in the long run.


Re: Summerville's Zac Bailey chose usuck over Clemson because


Posted: Aug 15, 2014 9:13 PM
 

Shaquille O'Neal was a criminal justice major.
Ever heard that guy talk ?

IQ 54 , Where are you ?

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BS

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Posted: Aug 16, 2014 12:32 AM
 

Clemson has a degree in Sociology with a specialization in Criminal Justice.

We have a former football player that is a vice presidential body guard is a Clemson grad.

The head of SC DNR is the former head of SC DNR's Law Enforcement Division and a Clemson grad..

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