Re: [We Are...Penn State] Came from Happy Valley, happy....
- View SourceIn a message dated 11/1/2005 2:21:37 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
If not for Henne's heroics, Golden would be one of the keys
to our unbeaten season for his stellar play against
Michigan. (3 catches, 74 yards and he also drew a key
interference penalty on our last drive.)
Penn State Proud, Trader Kevin
you need to try and cut down on your incessant use of the word "would". the
woulda, shoulda, coulda, usage.
the simple facts are nobody Would have remembered golden from that game.
what they Would have remember was the play by Z. which WOULD likely have gone
down as one of the greatest plays in penn state history had we won.
an interception on the last play might (would) have elevated another player
to a similar status.
golden did have a good game, no doubt.
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- View SourceKevin,
I don't care what he played in high school. Aaron was recruited as a
tailback. In fact played a little tailback at PSU.
> [Original Message]
> From: Trader Kevin <cbot_kevin@...>
> To: <We_Are_Penn_State@yahoogroups.com>
> Date: 11/1/2005 12:19:38 AM
> Subject: Re: [We Are...Penn State] Came from Happy Valley, happy....
> >> Actually, Aaron came to PSU as a tailback. He was moved
> to FB, which he really didn't want to do. <<
> Absolutely not true. I saw him play at Downingtown, which
> tore up Cumberland Valley 21-7 in the 1994 PIAA AAAA East
> Final. (Askari Adams was CV's best player, playing QB and
> free safety.)
> Aaron played linebacker and fullback. (He was actually even
> better at linebacker than he was running the ball during
> that game, though he was clearly the best player on the
> field on both sides of the ball.) His running mate was
> tailback Bryn Boggs, who played a year for Wisconsin before
> transferring to Maryland.
> The following week Brandon Short stood Harris up at the
> goal line to win the state championship for McKeesport.
> Penn State Proud, Trader Kevin
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