Former Lakeside QB Mark Weidenaar kicked off Georgia State team

Wednesday, Aug 29, 2012 5:46 PM
Last updated 8:06 PM
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Former Lakeside quarterback Mark Weidenaar is no longer on the Georgia State football team due to a violation of team rules, Georgia State associate athletic director Allison George has confirmed.

Weidenaar threw for more than 1,600 yards and rushed for almost 900 more for Lakeside in 2011. He scored 27 touchdowns as the Panthers went 6-5, reaching the Class AAAA state playoffs.

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Riverman1
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Riverman1 08/29/12 - 06:26 pm
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I read the other day on the

I read the other day on the GA State site that something was up with him. He hasn't played yet so he could still end up playing somewhere this year. He was at Coastal Carolina when GA State called him. Maybe he will go back there. School just started.

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Just My Opinion 08/29/12 - 08:39 pm
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So the kid was at Coastal and

So the kid was at Coastal and he dropped them to go to Georgia State...he got in trouble and was KICKED OFF THE TEAM...and now you think Coastal Carolina would want him back?? Yeah, right.

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TrulyWorried 08/29/12 - 09:11 pm
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Kicked off the team

that sounds so harsh - what in the world did he do to get "kicked off"?

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Martinez 08/30/12 - 06:17 am
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Sad news

Don't know what happened but this is sad news. I have watched this kid grow up on and off the field for some years and always thought highly of him, and his family for that matter. Football may not be in the cards right now for him but hopefully he still does what matters most and focuses on his education, if not at Georgia State, somewhere.

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lynn7044 08/30/12 - 11:16 am
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There are Rules

There are rules and he must learn that he is not in high school. Education school always be the focuse point, there is always someone better then him. Coaches are getting feed up with rude and disrespectful athlete of all type. From the one's who make the big money to the high school kids. Coaches are wanting kids with desire against kids who think they are so great.
He need to learn the First rule, "Respect will get you a long way."

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