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him today than last week, but he
would prefer if you didn't men-
"It's nice going to class and
not being noticed like some of
the football players," Porter said.
"They get a lot of attention, and
that's just not for me."
Porter somehow managed to
put together a superhuman season
on the ice and remain as normal as
anyone else off it.
Even in winning the award,
Porter proved that he's just a col-
lege senior - he'll make mistakes
and he'll apologize for them. He's
a kid like the rest of us.
At the end of his acceptance
speech, Porter thanked the crowd
and then wished the two teams
playing in the championship game
good luck. His notes read, "Good
luck to BC and ND."
The only problem: He said,
"Good luck to Boston College and
North Dakota." That "ND" actu-
ally stood for Notre Dame.
There were a few gasps in the
audience, and Porter later recalled
the shocked stares his entire team
gave him. In a moment, he realized
his mistake and corrected himself.
"Notre Dame," he said loudly.
But really, he had nothing to
apologize for. Porter's not super-
human. He's just like the rest of
us - except he happens to be the
best college hockey player in the
In being quiet and unassuming,
all while being the Hobey Baker
winner, Porter exemplifies what a
student-athlete should be.
Today, too many superstar col-
lege athletes set themselves apart
from the rest of campus. They
drive fancy cars, they show up late
to class and everyone stares. They
know they're important, and they
act like it.
Porter has never been that
way. In interviews, he rarely talks
about himself but loves the chance
to talk about his teammates.
When he walks into class, he qui-
etly sits down and pays attention.
No heads turn.
For many Michigan students
and fans, their lasting image of
Porter will be the staged photo
Monday, April 14, 2008 --7A
of him holding his Hobey trophy,
with a smile forced across his face.
But look at the person next to
you in class right now. That should
be the picture you see when you
think of Porter. The quiet kid
going about his business - on
and off the ice - doing the best
he can every day, and hoping no
one will notice.
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ARIES (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
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The stars are making you ultra-sensitive your head is in the clouds, make sure
and aware ofamany things around you yourefeet are on the ground.
that you normally would not notice. SAGITTARIUS
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TAURUS This is a fun-loving day with children
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Trust your hunches today. Your ESP is sports events, movies, the theater and
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direct pipeline into the ether or some- CAPRICORN
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People are very caring today. Double-check anything before you sign
(June 21to July 22) AQUARIUS
Make no boastful claims to bosses, (Jan. 20to Feb. 18)
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be eager to impress someone. (Don't do about life. Your real strength today is
it; you could end up with egg on your your ability to think in big terms about
face.) big ideas.
(July 23 to Aug. 22) (Feb. 19,to March 20)
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thing related to publishing, the media, easy to go overboard in some way, espe-
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some property today, especially if you're you to fit into society, which is basically
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