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2009-2011 were golden years for the U of Mn quiz bowl teams, but do we're the late 80s and tht was when we had to learn trivia the old way - no Internet. I'd put Brian Weikle and Bruce Simmons against anyone.
Great story! This belongs on Page 1.
The Harvard player, Andy Watkins, said in a prepared statement that “though I know everyone will make their own judgments, I did compete in good faith.”
Sorry Andy, cheating does not equate good faith.
I hope the teams from both years get a chance to celebrate their victory. Time for the U or Gov Dayton to step up and make it happen.
Congratulations to the U of M and Boo to HU!
This story, on the heels of last year's major Harvard cheating scandal, and a lengthy NY Times article that revealed a decades-long culture of acceptance of cheating at Harvard, calls into question the legitimacy of the degrees "earned" by any Harvard graduate.
Harvard- Organized Quiz Bowl's version of Ricky Bobby in Talladaga Nights - if ya' ain't cheatin' ya' ain't tryin' - if ya' ain't first ... you're last!
The old Sunday evening College Bowl TV program lives on!
under synonym for "elite university graduates" you will find : Liar, Cheat, Slimeball, Ambulance Chaser, Snob, Bigot, and now apparently (Not Quite) Know-it-all. Bill G.
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