Friday, July 3, 2009

HOKIE RECRUIT SLACKS OFF V. MEXICO

Running back phenom and future Hokie David Wilson who wracked up four touchdowns and something link 832 yards like a warm knife through faux guaw in a 78-zippo victory over france, could manage but a paltry 146 yards in 11 carries against Junior pigskin powerhouse(?) Mexico. Wilson scored three touchdowns including one from the first play from scrimmage.

Game over. U.S.A. 55, Mexico Nada.

"It may appear easy, but I put in a lot of hard work on and off the field," Wilson said. "There are a lot of things that I go through that people don't see, the sweat and the struggle. Each time I step on the field, I want to be that much better."

Quarterback Bryce Petty and the rest of Team USA will face Canada in the Junior World Championship Gold Medal Game on Sunday at 1 p.m.

On Wilson, "It's funny because I came off the field and I go 'I can't explain it,'" Petty, a Baylor recruit, said. "I have been around football awhile, but I have never seen anyone like him. It's like freakish."

3 comments:

  1. David Wilson.... not Smith.

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  3. Thanks. There are clearly gremlins in cyberspace. Saw that and thought it got fixed...well...no. Now it has. Thanks for the heads up.

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