Q: If he types "lol" does that mean:
1) He hasnt got the work ethic to type "Laugh out loud"
2) Cant spell "Laugh out loud"
3) Thinks he typed "lot" instead
4) Is just using syntax consistent with the forum hes using
Its twitter for Pete's sake. I REALLY dont think its a "Reach" (as you call it) to say he MEANT to right "no" instead of "know". It might be another symptom of his learning difficulties, too - we just dont know
In fact, theres a boatload of stuff noone knows so far. Dont know about you, but:
I dont know what his learning disability is ...
I dont know how severe it is ...
I dont know how many questions he was able to read in 15 minutes (assuming he had dyslexia) ...
I dont know his %age of questions (ie he could have answered 4 out of 4 or 4 out of 50- MASSIVE difference)
I dont know if he was given the same 15mins as everyone else, or had extra time (as ADD students would get)
I dont know if he had the paper in the same font as everyone else (or the different one used for people with learning difficulties, like dyslexia)
I dont know what support he had at LSU for his disability during lessons that he might (or might not have had) during the test
Until i know any of the above, im not really bothered. Youve already decided what? Hes no book worm?
As the Ted Thorpe winner ... Bronco Nagurski finalist ... and SEC defensive PoY, i dont think it matters a ton in this instance.
As someone said elsewhere, whats the worst case? You say "Follow that guy and make sure he doesnt catch anything"
I aint picking on you - or indeed anyone else that wants to say Claiborne's aint the sharpest tool - but i do think we should find out just a bit more first