So, Rutgers received a letter of intent today from some New Jersey linebacker named Ka'lial Glaud. I have no idea what kind of football player he is, nevermind whether he can benchpress a Volkswagen or not.
What is truly concerning to me is that his last name -- Glaud -- is freakishly close to my last name -- Glaude. This has raised two issues:
- For the next four to five years, people will inevitably butcher the pronunciation of my last name (Glowed) with his stupid last name (Glawd). Glaude is noble, everlasting, and harkens back to Old Quebec; Glaud is a bastardization of francophonic foundations.
- I want no part of my name associated with Rutgers. In fact, 83% of my last name is now associated with Rutgers and I am seriously considering taking a trip down to City Hall and changing my surname to "Terrific."
And with that out of the way, back to the regularly scheduled speculation of whether an 18 year-old can win12 games by himself in Syracuse's backfield.