University of South Carolina President Resigns After Plagiarizing Famous Military Speech
Beth Hall-USA TODAY Sports
Over the weekend, University of South Carolina president Bob Caslen announced the newly graduated USC students as alumni of "the University of California." You can see that here. Well, the embarrassing mistake is even worse than imagined, because he actually stole his speech from Adm. William McRaven, the Navy SEAL who led the mission to kill Osama bin Laden... So, he gone...
(Barstool Sports)
Originally published on SECRant.com

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How dumb are you to plagiarize word for word? Just change a few words moron.
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So the guy was impressed with himself. All that shite on his uniform tells the tale.
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That's ADM McCraven in the uniform. And, yes, he has accomplished a lot of things to be proud of, as has Bob Caslen. Stealing other people's stuff and ideas for processes, products, and messages is an an Army tradition. Just doesn't play so well in academia. It was dumb to not ack McCraven I the speech.
1 month
This man is a true idiot. Who would hire this person to do anything.
Reply1 month
LSU?
1 month
No question he was drunk on his ass.
Reply1 month
What about Tim Tebow and Varsity Blues. Same speech.
Reply1 month
What a jerk.
Reply1 month
Hopefully this happens to our new LSU president
Reply1 month
LOL
1 month
I could see him plagiarizing Malcom X
1 month
LOL caught plagiarizing b/c he didn't change the name of the school in the speech he ripped off. what a moran.
Reply1 month
Damn I hope your spelling of moron is somehow meant to be ironic.
1 month
TFH
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If South Carolina does not promote Tate, they promote racism and white supremacy.
Reply1 month
Thank goodness.
Reply1 month
He was hammered
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