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It happens so frequently when an athlete peaks at a young age. That dominant midget football player often turns out to be ordinary by the time high school approaches. Moorestown's Albert Young is the exception.
In grade school, nobody could touch him. In high school, nobody could catch or tackle him, either. At least on most occasions.
Moorestown's Young is a yardage machine
Around the Big East
Pitt coach Walt Harris, unhappy with broadcast reports he interviewed Friday at Kentucky, said Saturday he has spoken to no other school and does not intend to leave the Panthers.
Harris said he was hosting recruits Friday and preparing for the No. 24 Panthers' Insight Bowl against Oregon State, the same day a Kentucky TV station reported he was interviewing there.
Pitt coach denies interest in UK job
Notre Dame guard Chris Thomas used to come into the coaches' offices every Monday last season and ask why the Irish weren't ranked.
He doesn't have to worry about being overlooked anymore.
The 10th-ranked Irish (9-1) are the hottest team in the country. In the past two weeks, they have defeated three ranked teams - Marquette, Maryland and Texas - and Saturday they blistered improved DePaul, 102-71, in South Bend.
Point man powering Irish
Around the Nation
The atmosphere was tense enough without a room full of presidents staring down from the walls of the Yale Club, the site of Saturday's Heisman Trophy presentation. Plus, there was the white-hot lights of ESPN, which was televising the ceremony live, recording every sweaty palm, every nervous twitch.
Weight of event the hardest part for Palmer
Dog" Forbes: BigDog@Rutgersfootball.com
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