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Scotty McCreery to Attend North Carolina State University

Scotty McCreery is a legitimate country superstar at the tender age of 18. He won Season 10 of ‘American Idol’ in 2011 and was just awarded a platinum plaque for ‘Clear as Day,’ which celebrates a million copies sold. He’s performed on several late night TV shows and has embarked on major tours. But underneath it all, he’s still a country boy at heart who plans to further his education. He confirmed to CMT Radio (thanks, mjsbigblog) that while he was accepted to all four colleges that he applied to, he will be attending North Carolina State University in Raleigh.

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Scotty McCreery Gets Accepted to College

It’s been a whirlwind and well-documented year for Scotty McCreery with his ‘American Idol‘ win, his No. 1 hit album ‘Clear As Day,’ his busy touring and interview schedule and the time he reserves for family and friends. He’s also going to continue to mix work with school, as he has applied to several colleges — and has just revealed that he’s been accepted to East Carolina. Must be fun to fill out those tedious applications and write those corresponding essays all the while being pranked while on tour with notorious jokester Brad Paisley.

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Entire Basketball Court Gets Toilet Papered During College Game [VIDEO]

While TPing usually occurs under the cloak of darkness, John Brown University basketball fans let the rolls fly under the bright lights of the campus basketball arena.

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What Are America’s Most Expensive Colleges?

Forbes, along with the Center for College Affordability & Productivity, tallied up the cost of tuition, books, transportation, computers, and room and board to determine the new list of America’s most expensive colleges. And some of them may surprise you.

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Devoted Baseball Dad Quits Job To See Son Play In College World Series

Some dads teach you to ride a bike. Some help you with your homework. And then there are dads who quit their jobs to watch you play baseball.

David Roth did just that. His son, Michael, is a pitcher for the South Carolina Gamecocks, which won the 2010 College World Series — and David wasn’t there to see it. He vowed that wouldn’t happen again.

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