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YSU Penguin Athletics / Re: 2023 football commit
« Last post by guinpen on June 21, 2022, 06:50:32 AM »
As I recall they were twins and I believe from Fitch.
YSU Penguin Athletics / Re: 2023 football commit
« Last post by goodnews on June 20, 2022, 09:35:06 PM »
They were brothers possibly twins can't recall but played for Tressel mid 90s
YSU Penguin Athletics / Penguins in the USFL
« Last post by Penguin Nation on June 20, 2022, 05:55:04 PM »
The USFL playoffs are this Saturday, and YSU alumni/ former player David Rivers III, who now plays for the NJ Generals, play the Philadelphia Stars at 3 pm on FOX. The game will be played in Canton.

The Generals (as they were in the 1980s) are the dominant team in the league.

Rivers' HC is Mike Riley, who was Pelini's replacement at Nebraska. The Generals have multiple MVFC players on its roster.

The USFL has some nice additions to the rulebook including a 3-point conversion, and the option to run a 4th and 12 on your 33 yard line instead of an onside kick.  The 1980s USFL was innovative and the first pro FB league to offer a 2-point conversion. Many teams had exceptional talent including Trump's NJ Generals that had Heisman winners Herchsel Walker and Doug Flutie.

The other Penguin in the USFL, Charles Baldwin, played for the worst team, the Pittsburgh Maulers. The team was originally owned by Youngstown's DeBartolo and the name was inspired by his chain of malls.

The USFL championship will also be in Canton, on July 3rd, and will also be televised on FOX. Likely Rivers will be playing in the championship game as NJ has already defeated the Stars twice this season.
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YSU Penguin Athletics / Re: 2023 football commit
« Last post by IAA Fan on June 20, 2022, 02:50:28 PM »
You know there was also a Dan Inglis back in the 90's. I remember he had a nice TD against Boise State. Not sure if he caught and ran it in, or rushed from scrimmage.  I am at the office today, I will have to look when I get home.
YSU Penguin Athletics / Re: 2023 football commit
« Last post by IAA Fan on June 20, 2022, 11:45:39 AM »
Cla$$ of 2024 Danny Inglis (Canfield-LB) received an offer after The Grit Camp on Monday.

I think there has been a couple of them. Chris Inglis comes to mind. Played back for coach Heacock.
YSU Penguin Athletics / Re: 2023 football commit
« Last post by YSUGO on June 19, 2022, 09:41:48 AM »
Name sounds like a relative of a past player
YSU Penguin Athletics / Re: 2023 football commit
« Last post by YSU45 on June 19, 2022, 08:06:47 AM »
Cla$$ of 2024 Danny Inglis (Canfield-LB) received an offer after The Grit Camp on Monday.
YSU Penguin Athletics / Re: Covington returns to YSU for the 6th season
« Last post by Double ET on June 18, 2022, 06:35:10 AM »
From todays Tribune/Vindy

Sixth-year senior Garrett Covington discusses rehabbing Achilles, decision to return to YSU

JUN 18, 2022

Staff writer

Correspondent file photo / Robert Hayes YSU forward Garrett Covington, right, drives against St. Thomas Will Engels during their matchup on Nov. 19. Covington suffered a season-ending injury later in the game.

YOUNGSTOWN Its been an unusual, even difficult, past seven months or so for Garrett Covington.

Between rehabbing from an Achilles injury and opting to return to Youngstown State for a sixth season after exploring options in the transfer portal, Covington has found himself in a position hes never experienced before.

On Nov. 19, Covington and the Youngstown State mens basketball team were hosting St. Thomas on Day 1 of a three-day multiteam event.

With about 5:41 to go in the first half, Covington dropped to the floor and subsequently exited the contest with what wound up being a season-ending Achilles injury.

I had never really been hurt before, Covington said Friday. So right when I did it, I could see the emotion in my dads eyes, and I didnt really understand it. But talking to him, he was so worried because of how stressful and how long this process is.

Its a process thats ongoing, even now, as the Penguins go through their summer workouts. Covington still hasnt been cleared to return, though he is optimistic that it will come in the next month or so. He visits a doctor on Monday, he said.

Post-surgery, Covington was non-weight bearing for a couple months, and couldnt do much in terms of rehabbing while he was in a cast.

Once that cast was removed, he had a little cup in his shoe, but it wasnt until about month four that he began rehabbing, he said.

It was a long process before I could actually get in there and do anything, Covington said. Its been a very slow process, and a very long one.

Once he could begin rehabbing, it was a gradual, step-by-step process. In the beginning, Covington said some sessions were as short as 10 minutes.

I would come in and warm up with a heating pad, and then I would transition into holding onto something and just kind of shift my weight onto my torn Achilles, he explained. It was very minor stuff but its just all stuff to kind of reintroduce the functional movement or my foot and the Achilles.

Now, with an eye toward his return, Covington says hes focused on the mental side of things.

Ive gotten through the physical aspect. Now its all mental at this point. I havent done something as simple as jumping in so long, so I kind of have to train myself to do it again, he said.

In addition to rehabbing that injury, Covington also put his name in the transfer portal March 25. Still, he always had Youngstown in mind, he said. On May 19, YSU head coach Jerrod Calhoun told local media Covington would be returning.

The portal for me I think where Im at in my life is just trying to figure out how to create new experiences, said Covington, whos scored 1,203 points in 123 games as a Penguin. My decision to enter the portal initially wasnt a decision that was based on me wanting to leave (YSU). I was based solely on trying to bring forth different opportunities.

(At) Youngstown, we had accomplished everything but a Horizon League championship, and I felt like that was the missing piece for me. So naturally, in my head while Im in the portal, Im still thinking about Youngstown. So coming back was strongly based on the fact that Im super competitive and I want to win, and Youngstown we say this every year but we want to do something that hasnt been done here and put a banner up here.

So between that and his relationship with the YSU coaching staff which he describes as family members he opted to return.

Now that hes gotten his first glimpse of much of the upcoming seasons roster, he likes what he sees.

The Penguins added a lot of firepower in the transfer portal this offseason, picking up forwards Adrian Nelson from Horizon League foe Northern Kentucky and Malek Green from Canisius. They also added guards Brandon Rush (Fairleigh Dickinson) and Bryce McBride (Eastern Michigan) through the portal and signed freshman forward John Lovelace Jr., a Milwaukee native.

I think the coaches have done an incredible job at kind of finding the things that weve been missing, and kind of putting that together with the people we had coming back, Covington said. The new guys, theyre fourth- and fifth-year guys, so theres a lot of older guys with a lot of experience. Theres things that we go through in practice that theyre getting down (immediately), and were doing it in live action in a couple of minutes. Its good that you have so much experience along with people that have already been here.

He highlighted the balance this years team should have, and added, Our guard play this year is going to be a lot of fun to watch. Theyre great additions because theyre all aggressive. They put pressure on defenses, and its really going to be hard to combat that.

He concluded, Its great when you have a group of guys that are all alike. You never know what youre going to get.
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