Quote Originally Posted by NY Crusader 2010 View Post
I know this was tongue in cheek (and also hilarious) but believe it or not TG may have been one of the smartest guys not just on the football team but in his class as a whole. He was a computer science major and actually had a job offer lined up to work on nuclear submarines coming out of undergrad. Obviously, he chose the coaching route instead.
I didn't know about Gilmore's academic record, but I'm not surprised. Having played for him at Dartmouth, he did indeed come across as an intelligent guy (and yes, super-intense).

But the wisecrack was pretty typical of the fallout from Penn's decision not to implement the AI until the last minute. Penn had to put up with that sort of stuff for pretty much a generation--a lot of it coming from Princeton.

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