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By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Rob Henry
Darrell Hazell's football office is a treasure trove of his coaching journey.
The Cradle of Quarterbacks is looking for reinforcements. Again.
Wisconsin is well aware of what happened last year when Ohio State traveled to Purdue for what was supposed to be an easy win.
Purdue coach Danny Hope's joke that he was scouring campus looking for a quarterback was almost believable.
Rob Henry is about as prepared as a redshirt freshman quarterback can be for a Big Ten game as a first-time starter.
Robert Marve will have to wait another year for the chance to live up to his enormous potential.
A busy man this weekend. That would be William Barker, an eloquent actor who portrays Thomas Jefferson at Colonial Williamsburg.
"Any time you mention Ohio State football, you mention success and tradition and winning and he put Kent State on the map," quarterback Rob Henry said. "I have no reason to believe it won't be the same at Purdue."
Henry says he's ready.