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UPDATE (8:44 PM)-
Blessing From God! I am fortunate to say I have received my 20th Scholarship offer from Purdue University. pic.twitter.com/7mYxxGZRwP
— Brian Asamoah (@b_moah211) March 8, 2017
UPDATE (7:21 PM)-
**Pat Narduzzi went down to Georgia for his latest scholarship offer. DE Jamarcus Chatman from Rome (Ga.) picked up his 43rd offer tonight from the Panthers. Chatham is a 247 Sport 3-star recruit with other offers from Baylor, Florida, Florida State, Miami, Oregon, USC and West Virginia.
UPDATE (5:53 PM)-
The A-10 tournament, being held in Pittsburgh this week, surpassed $1 million in ticket sales for the first time in its 41-year history.
— Craig Meyer (@CraigMeyerPG) March 7, 2017
UPDATE (3:01 PM)-
Wanna get this idea out now: Nate Peterman to the Redskins or Chiefs as the eventual replacement for Kirk Cousins or Alex Smith.
— Shane Alexander (@Alexander1Great) January 25, 2017
UPDATE (1:11 PM)-
**Surprisingly, Duquesne’s Mike Lewis didn’t win A-10 Rookie of the Year but he did win a nice honor.
Lewis and teammate Isiaha Mike were named to the conference All-Rookie team. Lewis was the leading freshman scorer in the conference (13.9 PPG) while Mike averaged 11 PPG.
It’s the first time in school history that Duquesne placed two players on the five man All-Rookie team.
Richmond’s DeMonte Buckingham won the A-10 Rookie of the Year Award.
UPDATE (12:11 PM)-
**Beaver Falls 2018 WR Malik Shepherd picks up a Power Five offer this morning.
— Malik Shepherd???? (@11Mshep) March 7, 2017
UPDATE (11:40 AM)-
**The Pitt football staff has extended an offer to a highly rated prospect. Offensive tackle John Campbell (6-foot-5-inches, 290 pounds) from Orlando (Fla) picked up an offer last night. The 3-star prospect already holds offers from Alabama, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Ohio State, Oregon and UCLA.
UPDATE (11:37 AM)-
**Butler OL Jake Kradel tells Pittsburgh Sports Now that he has a couple visits scheduled for later this month. On March 19, Kradel will visit West Virginia and on March 25, he’ll visit Urban Meyer and Ohio State.