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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Mohamed Sanu
Kedric Golston stood near his locker and stroked his goatee late Sunday afternoon as he contemplated how to answer the question that has come to define this Washington Redskins season after two straight ugly defensive performances in a pair of losses.
Perhaps the most telling part of Mohamed Sanu's press conference Tuesday to announce his decision to enter this April's NFL draft was when a reporter asked if there was anything left for him to accomplish at Rutgers:
Louisville coach Charlie Strong says cornerback Anthony Conner broke his neck when his head hit the knee of Rutgers receiver Mohamed Sanu but he isn't paralyzed.
Louisville cornerback Anthony Conner has been carted off the field after his head hit the knee of Rutgers receiver Mohamed Sanu early in the second quarter.
Louisville coach Charlie Strong says cornerback Anthony Conner broke his neck when his head hit the knee of Rutgers receiver Mohamed Sanu.
"It was a tough decision" he said. "I definitely was thinking about coming back. I love Rutgers, just being around my teammates all the time. I'm going to miss that aspect of it."
Sanu, 22, said his next step will be to hire an agent and then decide where he will train for NFL workouts.