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    Pay to try out to be Swoop?

    This is from the MUSS's facebook page:
    Do you want to be the next Swoop? The Utah Athletic department is holding tryouts this Sat, Dec. 1st at 8 a.m. in HPER 109. You must be a U of U student and to tryout please bring a $30 check, athletic shoes and athletic clothing. GO UTES!
    Why would you have to pay $30 just to try out??


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    Probably so they don't have to watch thousands of dumbass frat boys try out just for fun.

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    Is that 'must be a student' qualification standard across college sports? It seems like some mascots are really crappy and I guess that might be the reason. I always assumed they were "professionals" of some sort.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duck Rodgers View Post
    Is that 'must be a student' qualification standard across college sports? It seems like some mascots are really crappy and I guess that might be the reason. I always assumed they were "professionals" of some sort.
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