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By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
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Topic - Ray Petty
Keith Pough could go down as the best linebacker in Howard's history. He could win as many as six major awards in his senior season, break multiple Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) records and be competing for an NFL roster spot this time next year. But you wouldn't know any of that by talking to him.
"He's a finesse player," defensive coordinator Ray Petty explained. "When it's time to get really physical, just to show you the situation, he'll become real physical. But for the most part, he makes his big plays just on his athletic ability, being able to get up and around blocks as well as just being an intelligent football player."