Congratulations to Trinity's Eric Senn

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    Great job! I'm sure he will achieve much success in college and in life.
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    What an great accomplishment, Congrats Mr. Senn!

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    Congratulation's

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    Congrats to Eric-He and my son became friends back in grade school while attending either KYA or KUNA. The athletic rivalry between the two has been intense on the Football field and Basketball court over the years but they have remained good friends throughout. Always a classy young man on the field and off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oxnard
    I would also like to congratulate Eric Senn...a great reward for an outstanding football player and obviously great student. It is quite an honor to have such an array of prestigious schools vying for your committment.

    From a personal standpoint, however, I wish you would have selected Princeton over Yale; but amongst these you can make no mistake.

    Your so biased


    Again...TD's proud of Eric Senn!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyDanza
    Your so biased
    Duh...is the orange & black showing again?

    I do wish Eric the best in New Haven.

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    Congratulations young man. You've done very well on the field, but have obviously done very well off the field. Hopefully athletics helped form some of the traits and characteristics that have made you so successful in your young life. Go to Yale, do great things and never forget Kentucky. We need our bright young people to return to Kentucky (and bring bunches of jobs with you!). Great job.

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    Congratulations go out to Eric. Besides from going on to playing at the next level, he his going to get one great education. Good luck to Eric at Yale.

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    Congrats-A great accomplishment!

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    Awesome!!

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    Yale huh? I guess if you couldn't into a real school like LSU, Yale would be a good safety school. Good luck Eric.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LSURock
    Yale huh? I guess if you couldn't into a real school like LSU, Yale would be a good safety school. Good luck Eric.


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