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Street and Smith's College football Magazine

Post by HENJOHN » Sun Jun 09, 2019 1:08 pm

This publication has the Hens 4 th in CAA and 17 th in FBS overall. In CAA it's JMU, Towson, Maine, UD, Elon, Stony Brook. Has JMU winning it all with ND State second, Towson and Maine 9th and 10th.

I also noticed in the magazine that former Hens Asst Coach under KC, Lyle Hemphill is now the DCoord for Wake Forest. The former St Elizabeth athlete was the DC at Stony Brook recently. Wake Forest also has former Blue Hen Warren Ruggiero as the Off Coordinator and former Blue Hen coach Dave Cohen as a defensive Asst and Asst HC to Dave Clawson.

There's a section in the magazine showing where the guys that were in the Transfer portal ended up. I was struck with the number FCS players that Sam Houston State picked up including:

RB from Texas
DT from Penn State
OL from Baylor
DL from UTEP
DB from Oregon State

That's some serious help from the big boys.

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