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Alumni Blurbs as they all head back to college!

Posted Saturday, January 10, 2009 by Ed Dalton

[] Andrew Sweat made two tackles in the Fiesta Bowl for Ohio State!

[] Andrew Miller participated on eight special teams plays including extra point and field goal.

[] Mike Yancich said his Rose Bowl experience was amazing and I am sure we will see Mike on the field plenty next year for Penn State.

[] Talk about physical transformation Brandon Weaver who lettered as a true freshman for Ohio University who always was strong is now just amzing in the weightroom.

[] JD Berry is now on campus at Waynesburg as he did a great job with his grades in the fall and he will begin this spring with the Jackets.  JD showed great determination in getting his academics squared up and eligibility in line.

[]  Here is a fact Taylor Deep National Championship Ring Mount Union, Andrew Sweat, Mike Yancich Big Ten championship ring, Andrew Miller third big 10 Championship ring.

[] Cody Endres will go into spring practice competing for the starting QB job at U Conn with Zach Fraizer.

[] Ben Jennings should be the focus back for Mercyhurst this coming season.

[] Sam Walz should slide into considerable playing time as the slot receiver for Marietta this season.

[] Troy Garove will compete for the starting RB job at Waynesburg this year.

[] Ian Haley possibly a position change at W & J although I have not talked to him over the Holiday break.

[] Graham Cowieson has the opportunity to break into the starting lineup at W & J this coming fall.

[] Mike Kaminski has been a steady contributer for Waynesburg on special teams and db in the nickel he will be a senior this fall.

[] Ryan McWreath looks like he is ready to go for Waynesburg at TE he has been an off and on starter for two seasons.

[] From all reports Dave Burnsworth had a solid freshman season for Robert Morris.

I know I probably missed some guys when I remember I will update you on their progress.

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