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Joe Boozell | NCAA.com | November 12, 2015

Re-visiting J.W. Walsh’s fourth-grade classwork

We all remember the days of worksheets. Ah, to be a fourth-grader again. Oklahoma State quarterback J.W. Walsh was just like many of us in elementary school in a sense – he wanted to be a football player when he grew up. As it turns out, Walsh has made good on that promise, and it makes his answers to this worksheet all the more comical.

The assignment was for Walsh to explore how he felt about his decisions. Naturally, Walsh related all 14 of his answers back to football. Hilarity ensued.

Some classic answers right here; specifically question number nine. There’s a reason Coach Gundy recruited this guy, after all.

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