Always very quiet around here, said a neighbor identified only as who asked us not to show his face on camera. Know, I known them across the street for years. Lives in the neighborhood near Park Drive and Gooseberry Lane in Greenwood, near Northeast Elementary and Northeast Park.
We don’t get a choice, but when you live in the new landscape of media, great reporters and great journalists have a hard time making a living because they can create great stories about guys, their backgrounds, about a competitive team that goes at it every day, Pete’s philosophy, etcetera, etcetera, but it wouldn’t get a lot of clicks because it’s not controversial enough. So to say that Pete has turmoil in the locker room and that guys don’t like each other or guys don’t like the quarterback. Or there was one story somebody said quarterback wasn’t black enough? These are jokes.
Nick Fitzgerald, QB, Mississippi StateNew coach Joe Moorhead’s offense helped Trace McSorley put up some gaudy numbers at Penn State the last two seasons (6,842 yards passing, 55 TD passes and 18 rushing touchdowns). Fitzgerald, if he fully recovers from a foot injury, is a lot like McSorley just a whole lot bigger at 6 foot 5, 230 pounds. He needs to become a more accurate passer, but Fitzgerald has run for 2,359 yards and 30 touchdowns the last two seasons.
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“I got done doing what I needed to do. And I come back here to work for my family. And I’m just trying to protect what little piece of the pie I have. Like JH, I was in CA in the early 80s and in A2 in the mid 80s and spend most of the time since then in temperate climates (although Jim did work in Chicago and Indy for a few years). While I desperately want to believe that he will now move to A2 from Palo Alto, I have my doubts. Three months a year w/o ever seeing the sun can induce serious cabin fever.
“I can just go out there and compete and just be the quarterback that I am,” he said. “I don’t want to get too focused on what I have to show or what I need to do, because I think I’d lose track of doing the little things. Doing the little things right, completing passes, doing whatever the coaching staffs want me to do at the combine and just go out there and show what I’ve got.”.