Nobody would have blamed him if he decided to sleep in and miss his 8 a.m. ET class. After all, it was because of Luke Maye’s heroics that UNC advanced past a high-powered Kentucky offense and is playing in the Final Four on Saturday.
It appears that accounting never sleeps, though, and Luke Maye was in class the following morning, as scheduled.
Admittedly, his professor says he would have given the Tar Heel hero a break considering he hasn’t missed a class all year. Of course, he wouldn’t have been able to get the incredible standing ovation from his fellow students if he had decided to hit the snooze.
So just who is Luke Maye in the classroom?
Professor C.J. Skender was teaching his “Business 101” class that morning and says he expected the star pupil on time and in the front like, as usual, because Maye has not missed a class all semester.
“He’s a great kid. Humble. Always comes to class,” Skender said, via TMZ Sports.
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What was on the lesson plan for the morning after the greatest night of Maye’s life? Absorption Costing and Direct Costing. All of those kids deserve a round of applause.
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