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  • Originally posted by iupgroundhog View Post

    P/K Dylan Grubbs - He is pretty good.

    I think by the time we play again there will be deletions and additions.
    Actually, Grubbs is on there.

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    • I think with the exception of Touchdown Brown I have forgotten all the players names. I guess missing spring drills and the season will do that.

      So what is the deal with Brown?

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      • Originally posted by IUP CRIMSON HAWKS View Post
        I think with the exception of Touchdown Brown I have forgotten all the players names. I guess missing spring drills and the season will do that.

        So what is the deal with Brown?

        Hard to say. Things get held pretty close to the vest over there.

        In a normal year ... it could be a variety of things. Sometimes you see players off the Spring roster. They only get so many semesters to complete their playing time. So, there are times they'll hold a player out of Spring so he can have the Fall.

        But, this isn't a normal year. Eligibility was already waived. So, this is a freebie season (in theory as it's not actually going to happen).

        Brown is on campus and enrolled so I have no idea. It could be nothing. Of course, that's like the Bull posting a roster and forgetting Michael Jordan. So, I think there could be a little bit of 'worry' out there for the fanbase.

        If you were looking at D2 guys who could make a big jump ... he'd be near the top of the list. I have no doubt he could play at Pitt (or several other P5 schools) immediately.

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        • Originally posted by IUPbigINDIANS View Post


          Hard to say. Things get held pretty close to the vest over there.

          In a normal year ... it could be a variety of things. Sometimes you see players off the Spring roster. They only get so many semesters to complete their playing time. So, there are times they'll hold a player out of Spring so he can have the Fall.

          But, this isn't a normal year. Eligibility was already waived. So, this is a freebie season (in theory as it's not actually going to happen).

          Brown is on campus and enrolled so I have no idea. It could be nothing. Of course, that's like the Bull posting a roster and forgetting Michael Jordan. So, I think there could be a little bit of 'worry' out there for the fanbase.

          If you were looking at D2 guys who could make a big jump ... he'd be near the top of the list. I have no doubt he could play at Pitt (or several other P5 schools) immediately.
          I think you and I could play at Pitt right now. LOL.

          Yeah, I think Touchdown Brown could play at Pitt from what I have seen.

          Touchdown Brown came here in '17 and played his frosh season. He redshirted I believe in '18 due to injury. He played (and starred) in '19. So, yeah, you could very well be onto something about the eligibility thing. Okay, it is supposed to be free eligibility but that is the sort of thing that could come back to bite you in the azz with as goofy and screwy as the NCAA is. It might be real smart to sit him out.

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          • From WCCS:

            IUP and Westmoreland County Community College yesterday announced a new dual admissions program agreement that will streamline the process for students who earn an associate degree at WCCC to complete their bachelor’s degree at IUP.

            The agreement signed Tuesday by IUP President Dr. Michael Driscoll and WCCC President Dr. Tuesday Stanley grants automatic acceptance to IUP for qualified WCCC students who intend to pursue their bachelor’s degree, without an additional application.

            There will be a curriculum plan to provide a seamless transition, enhanced counseling, advising, and transition support, and full access to IUP’s resources for students who are accepted into the program.

            Students must be currently enrolled at WCCC, have a minimum grade point average of 2.0 or meet the minimum GPA of their desired IUP program, have earned fewer than 30 credit hours before applying for the program, and plan to pursue both an associate’s and a bachelor’s degree.

            In the last five years, more than 330 WCCC students have gone on to IUP to complete their studies.

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            • Originally posted by IUPbigINDIANS View Post
              From WCCS:

              IUP and Westmoreland County Community College yesterday announced a new dual admissions program agreement that will streamline the process for students who earn an associate degree at WCCC to complete their bachelor’s degree at IUP.

              The agreement signed Tuesday by IUP President Dr. Michael Driscoll and WCCC President Dr. Tuesday Stanley grants automatic acceptance to IUP for qualified WCCC students who intend to pursue their bachelor’s degree, without an additional application.

              There will be a curriculum plan to provide a seamless transition, enhanced counseling, advising, and transition support, and full access to IUP’s resources for students who are accepted into the program.

              Students must be currently enrolled at WCCC, have a minimum grade point average of 2.0 or meet the minimum GPA of their desired IUP program, have earned fewer than 30 credit hours before applying for the program, and plan to pursue both an associate’s and a bachelor’s degree.

              In the last five years, more than 330 WCCC students have gone on to IUP to complete their studies.
              They say going the community college route is a smart thing as you can pick up half your degree much cheaper. That's what they say.

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              • Originally posted by IUP CRIMSON HAWKS View Post

                They say going the community college route is a smart thing as you can pick up half your degree much cheaper. That's what they say.
                It also lessens your odds of being shot or becoming a crackhead on Wayne Ave.

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                • Originally posted by IUP CRIMSON HAWKS View Post

                  They say going the community college route is a smart thing as you can pick up half your degree much cheaper. That's what they say.
                  I knew several people who went to community college and transferred in to IUP even back in the 80’s. Many of them ended up in Oakland Hall where I lived for three of the four years I spent in Indiana. It’s a very viable route and this agreement will be good for IUP. They should sign with Allegheny County too.

                  In fact they should get an agreement with Montco too. I think West Chester already hooked up with Delco.

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                  • Originally posted by IUPbigINDIANS View Post

                    It also lessens your odds of being shot or becoming a crackhead on Wayne Ave.
                    What part of town has the Meth labs?

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                    • Originally posted by IUPbigINDIANS View Post

                      It also lessens your odds of being shot or becoming a crackhead on Wayne Ave.
                      LMAO!

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                      • Originally posted by IUPNation View Post

                        I knew several people who went to community college and transferred in to IUP even back in the 80’s. Many of them ended up in Oakland Hall where I lived for three of the four years I spent in Indiana. It’s a very viable route and this agreement will be good for IUP. They should sign with Allegheny County too.

                        In fact they should get an agreement with Montco too. I think West Chester already hooked up with Delco.
                        IUP should also make an agreement to send a portion of their students on to the state pen or even the federal prison system. Has a cooperative agreement like this ever been done before in the hallowed halls of higher education? LOL.

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                        • Originally posted by IUP CRIMSON HAWKS View Post

                          IUP should also make an agreement to send a portion of their students on to the state pen or even the federal prison system. Has a cooperative agreement like this ever been done before in the hallowed halls of higher education? LOL.
                          There are agreements where state convicts are allowed to earn credits at universities, and professors teach in the state pen.

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                          • Speaking of criminals, here's a big gift to support criminology and counseling.

                            https://www.indianagazette.com/news/...159efb0f3.html

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                            • I believe that it was one year ago today (November 23, 2019) when IUP played football for the last time as they fell to Shepherd in the NCAA playoffs. That is quite sad.

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                              • Originally posted by IUP CRIMSON HAWKS View Post
                                I believe that it was one year ago today (November 23, 2019) when IUP played football for the last time as they fell to Shepherd in the NCAA playoffs. That is quite sad.
                                In case you guys wanted to watch that last drive one more time.

                                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJ1R...SYUbjBZGFKx7_U

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