The stereotype of physically gifted varsity athletes as academic dimwits is commonly portrayed by mainstream media. Some people simply can’t help but think, “These athletes just skate around a rink or hit a ball, so how smart can they really be?”
Most students are well aware that, while thousands of dollars are going towards tuition and housing costs, thousands more are being blown on alcohol. For the most part, they are okay with that. Between frosh weeks and regular bar nights, alcohol is a major part of university life at almost any university campus. However, Canadian universities
University of Saskatchewan Huskies point guard Jamelle Barrett was the highest scoring varsity basketball player in Canada last year. But he has football on his mind.