Way to go Quinton. Fine example.
Congratulations to all of the young men who received degrees. And a special
congratulations to Jiggy for sticking it out in the classroom even after his
basketball days at the U came to an end. So happy that he valued the
accomplishment of getting his degree. Terrific work all.
We saw Luther Ellis get a degree also.
Congratulations to all the grads. Good work Quinton.
Good job, Mr. Ganther. I know about Richmond--I live right across the Bay from
it. Those who don't get trapped, who stay out of prison, live past age 19
or 20 and go on to lead productive lives, are very blessed and fortunate. Thank
you for whatever you can do to help other young people.
Congratulations Mr. Ganther. The sports world needs more people like you.
I love stories like these. Congratulations to these young men and this great
Terrific accomplishment. Kudos to Mr. Ganther for returning after playing in
the NFL to get his degree. Many don't and 100% of them regret it at some
point. Good for the U for whatever assistance they offered in helping Ganther,
Ellis and any others who return. It shows they truly care for them and not just
when they have eligibility.
Congratulations, Quinton. And congratulations to the other athletes mentioned
in this article. As much as we (the athletes and fans) all enjoy collegiate
athletics, the education is truly what is most important.Thank you
for your contributions, and good luck in your respective futures.
Congratulations to all that graduated!It's nice to see people
with their priorities in the right place!
Congrats guys !! nice posts my Cougar friends!! Everyone showed class!!
All congrats and respect to Mr. Ganther, Watkins, Hines and all who graduated.
What a great credit to your family, your coaching staff, your teams and what a
testament to your character. Keep these fine young athletes coming and
graduating, Coach Whitt. You make us proud to be Ute fans!