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YSU Penguin Athletics / Jake Jakubec basketball recruit
« on: March 10, 2012, 10:35:05 PM »
closing on scoring 400 points in his senior year, thats pretty damn impressive for the confrence he plays in (maybe the best basketball confrence in the valley) and he's an outstanding 3 point shooter

YSU basketball would be oh so much better if they started to recruit like football and take long hard guys at just NEO players

General BS / OT: Canfield Woman shot
« on: February 08, 2012, 12:21:28 PM »
just a heads up, a canfield woman was shot this morning going to work (i know the woman and where she worked through my father but i wont say who and where for familly saftey) be on the look out for an older man robert mcgloclynn (a picture might be on a news website) form painesville, but still could be in the area, the story sounds like this is the same woman who had him arrested for stalking her last january, it sounds like he had shot her once or twice, then she tried to drive away and she crashed and he shot her once or twice more then she tried to run away before he shot her again in the middle of the street

this happend by appartments on Fairgrounds Blvd, just a heads up for everybodys saftey this man is still armed, mentally unstable and highly dangerous

YSU Penguin Athletics / Expectations for next year?
« on: February 03, 2012, 07:50:02 PM »
Lets face it, nobody really cares about Football in the Valley, sure its nice to support the schools other teams, but unless they are doing well, people just dont care.

after reading some info and watching film, theres 4 freshman who i think will have an instant impact

6'5 Chavien Nolcox should take Davion Rogers spot on starting on D, he has fantastic read and react skills and always is around the ball, he is also a very solid tackler, always wraps up and goes untill the whistle

Dylan Colucci will probably be in the 2 deep at the start of the season somewhere on the OL, Kid is as strong as a Bull and runs through DL on blocks like a hot knife through butter. doesnt have the greatest foot work so probably a RT or RG guy, but will be fantastic to have on the goal line and short yard situations

Christian Wilson was the highest rated OT to sign with an FCS school, big body, also needs help with his foot work, more of a RT project but could be very good, should also be in the 2 deep

Anthony Szymczak a big DT, had a great wrestling career in PA and was honorable mention in football for his level (AAAA), very good run stuffing DT, at 6'3 315 we needed some big boys up the middle as we got gashed alot

next year i expect the offense to be even better,  Hess is a year older, a year wiser, a year more developed. we had a pretty balanced offense but i feel like we will pa$$ the ball more next year with Hess being in his 4th year now he knows the offense, he knows the talent at other schools.

our front 7 should also be better vs the run, we got 4 DTs 285+ up , we also had some solid LB last year and added a few more good ones

secondary is still in question as is pa$$ rush from the DE, that depends on who our DC coach is next year

next year we start out with Pitt, which is probably a 50/50 toss up game, im not impressed with anybody on their coaching staff and they didnt seem too talent last year, but they still are a big BCS School

Valpo should be another blowout victory, Albany should be another easy win

then comes a test in Northern Iowa, the good news we have them at home, the bad news they are always good. this year we damn near beat them in their own place and if they had a 6'1 RB insted of 6'3-6'4 we win by a FG.

they lose their starting QB and also leading rusher #1 WR, #3 WR, best CB, and their  top 4 out of 5 leading tacklers

it is UNI so they tend to rebuild, but will they be rebuild by the 4th game?

we have a bye in week 5

and NDSU who we upset and gave the NC their only loss of the year

ND loses their 2nd leading rusher, #1 WR, #1 TE, and their top 2 leading tacklers

NDSU looks to have been a fairley young team like YSU, they had more JR starters then us but about the same amount of seniors starting, will be an interesting game, but we have to play them at their place and they will definatley want payback

i think a realistic finish would be from 7-4 to 11-0 depending on the DC
if we finish 7-4, winning at least 2 out of 3 from Pitt, UNI and NDSU is key
if we go 1-3 or 0-3 kiss but still go 7-4 kiss playoffs goodbye

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