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The Frank Walker Law/PSN Daily Notebook: January 19

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**A new offer for Gateway 2022 DB/WR Patrick Body, Jr. as he hears from Kent State. Body’s first Power 5 offer was from Pitt.

 


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WHAT’S HAPPENING ON THE SPORTS NOW NETWORKS:

Steelers Now – The Steelers off-season moves continue as they release 5 players from their practice squad, including a familiar name. Plus, Mike Tomlin makes the case for a former member of their organization for the NFL Hall of Fame.

WV Sports Now – The West Virginia basketball team drops in the AP Rankings. The WV Sports Now team takes a mid-season look at Bob Huggins team and Neal Brown’s team gets some good news last night.

Nittany Sports Now – James Franklin holds a press conference to talk about this past season and comments for the first time on his new offensive coordinator. Plus, will the Nittany Lions be able to hold spring practice?

Pgh Hockey Now – The Pens finally get an important back at practice on Monday. Will he play tonight? Plus, Dan gives his thoughts on the future role for forward Evan Rodrigues.

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Clark Martineau
Clark Martineau
8 months ago

Why is Mack Wilson of the Browns not being fined by the NFL for his hit on Holmes?
The Rule: As approved by NFL clubs in March, it is a foul if a player lowers his head to initiate and make contact with his helmet against an opponent. Contact does not have to be to an opponent’s head or neck area – lowering the head and initiating contact to an opponent’s torso, hips, and lower body, is also a foul.

Last edited 8 months ago by Clark Martineau
 
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