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Ka'lial Glaud Lets Coin Flip Decide His Fate -- Tails to Rutgers

Feb 4, 2009 – 6:10 PM
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Some decisions are easier than others. What to eat for breakfast. Which roads you'll take to work that day. Which college you're going to sign with for the next four years of your life.

Wait, what? Ka'lial Glaud, a linebacker from Atco (N.J.) Winslow Township, was struggling with his decision to pick a school in the waning minutes of signing day, so he did what any logical three-star recruit would do -- let a coin decide.
His principal jokingly gave him a quarter to help him along. But it was no joke to Glaud, who decided it would be West Virginia if it was heads and Rutgers if it was tails.

"Tails came up, so that's when I decided Rutgers," Glaud told the Courier-Post of Camden, N.J. "I didn't know where I was going to go."

Glaud, ranked the 25th-best player out of New Jersey, will help out a Rutgers defense ranked 33rd in the nation last year. The 6-foot-2, 217 pound senior had 97 tackles and eight sacks his senior season.

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