"RIP in peace" this requires double peace
Why is Dontre Wilson the cover photo and not in the article at all? Did I miss something?
Those are terrible. They look like a t-shirt. Bring back the all black alternatives.
I will also go with Chase Young
The original tweet is gone. Could someone enlighten us?
New Castle is actually AAAA, which is the highest in PA.
Pitt is a big time program, especially to a kid in western PA.
Rightfully skeptical, but the info was solid!
Don't want to steal anyone's thunder so I'm not naming names, but get your booms ready!
According to ESPN Stoops said that it is not related to his health.
Bad timing for his draft stock, but good timing for his playing career. I'm guessing a lot of players are playing through injuries and getting them taken care of in the off season.
Birm talked about him being an excellent Kick and Punt returner at Blinn. It would be great if he could be a reliable and dynamic punt returner from the start as well as DB.
According to Birm he is already enrolled
Also at the end of the play you can just see one middle finger up within the crowd lol
This was my favorite play of the game. I just picture Harbaugh sitting in a dark basement drawing this play up.
He isn't even a finalist, so there is no chance we wins it. Apparently we can start chalking up the post season awards.
Someone beat me to the punch.
It's also not like he grew up right next to Penn State. I'm from New Castle as well and the draw to Penn State is there, but Pitt has a bigger pull for sure. OSU and Penn State are about the same distance away.
All these kids keep leaving OSU early...Maybe they just don't like being buckeyes../s
I guess, I just find it hard to believe they will be undefeated when we face them.
Did I miss read or did you imply Nebraska could be a top 10 team by the time we play them.
That's why the Buckeyes' coaching staff looks at the Nov. 5 night game against Nebraska as the prime recruiting opportunity. Bright lights and possible Top 10 opponent
Added Tony C's in Boston. Its all set up by The Ohio State University Alumni Club of Boston