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2013 - 56th Big 33 Football Classic
Saturday June 15, 2013
Kickoff: 7:06 PM
Maryland vs. Pennsylvania
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Spartan_in_PA 15 months ago
Ohio no longer part of the Big 33?
"This is the strangest life I've ever known"
Jim Morrison (1943-1971)
Not for the next five years
More on the Big 33 roster. I guess when you are Alabama you can insist your signees not play in these games.
Ten players from the WPIAL have been selected to play for the Pennsylvania team in the Big 33 Football Classic all-star game in June. But two of the WPIAL's best players turned down a chance to play in the game.
North Allegheny offensive lineman Pat Kugler and Central Valley receiver Robert Foster both declined invitations to play. Foster is a University of Alabama recruit and said he will leave for Alabama in June and didn't want to play. He also said Alabama wasn't keen on the idea of him playing.
Kugler also said he didn't want to play in the game and one of the reasons was because the Big 33 didn't pick his brother, Rob, to play a few years ago. Rob Kugler now plays at Purdue.
Post-Gazette staff blogs
This post was edited by Spartan_in_PA 15 months ago
In years past, this game has been on TV one way or another. I'm hoping it is again this year so I can get a look at Terry first hand (even if it is an all-star type game)
And if the good Lord’s willin’,
I’m a keep on chillin’,
refillin’ and flyin’ high
Last year it was on Pennsylvania cable Network and the NFL Network.
Thanks. I knew I saw it somewhere (NFL Network), but I couldn't remember where. I thought possibly it had been one of the Fox College Sports channels. Hopefully it's on again this summer
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