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Topic - Justin Brown
Casey Walker looked squarely into a television camera, clapped his hands and uttered words no Oklahoma player is accustomed to saying: "Let's go Texas!"
The whispers from some younger Penn State defensive backs about transferring started after the 0-2 start, disappeared after the five-game winning streak and resurfaced after a loss to Big Ten rival Ohio State.
No. 3 Florida lived up to its surprising BCS ranking by thrashing a South Carolina team that appeared to be a contender in the SEC.
Once again, Penn State is looking for a replacement on its revamped offense.
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Penn State could finally have some roster stability with the Nittany Lions opening preseason practice.
Virginia's system for assessing which sexually violent offenders should be sent to a state-funded rehabilitation program is fundamentally flawed and has contributed to costs nearly 10 times higher than just seven years ago, according to a report released Monday by the General Assembly's investigative arm.
"I think that we have a chance. That's the only thing I've been aware of," receiver Justin Brown said. "I don't know anything about all of that other stuff. You guys probably know way more than me. I just know we've got to play TCU."
But in addition to the increased costs of the program, Mr. Brown said another effect of the assessment tests was that rigidity in scoring meant some offenders who gave clear signs they posed a continuing danger were overlooked.