Salute to Broodo and all my Coog engineer brothers & sisters!
An astonishing Degree and I salute Broodo for his academic prowess!
There is a football player carrying a 3.8-3.9 in EE right now as well.
We need to encourage other athletes, to pursue degrees that are in high demand and that they can use in the real world like Broodo
Double E that is VERY impressive.
I had to pass one electrical engineering class to get my degree. And I passed with an “A”…on the fourth attempt!
My dad could never understand why I was having so much trouble. “Son, it’s not difficult. Black to black, white to white, green to green.”
Golf is a much simpler exercise . . . . . direction and distance, only two variables . . . . . one less than ee . . . . .
I’m a double EE, and my GPA wasn’t the best. I had to work thru college and commuted from Gunspoint mall area every day. So, that’s my excuse.
Anyhow, 4 courses outside of the EE curriculum were the bane of my existence…
Geology (I thought this would be a fun and easy elective to take)…holy crap.
On the other hand, I had an art class…prof had a nude model come in for a few days.
Congratulations Broodo from another Coog Engineer! I can’t imagine playing BB and completing that Degree ! I had enough challenge just going to school . Labs were off the chart difficult !
Go Coogs !
I know that you know.
The effort one had to put into lab classes just seemed so out of proportion for a measly one hour of credit.
Lab instructors could make it really tough. The requirement to derive any formulas you used in your computations was just torture ! I should have subscribed to the “Run and play with BA”!
Go Coogs !
Coog EEs REPRESENT!
Dr. Dave is proud I’m sure…