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Subject: Re: TO THE DUQUESNE RECRUITING CLASS OF 2012


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Coffee
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Date Posted: Thursday, February 09, 11:13:40pm
In reply to: Judge Jack mcVay Jr 's message, "Re: TO THE DUQUESNE RECRUITING CLASS OF 2012" on Tuesday, February 07, 06:31:12pm

Judge Jack- Some day I'd like expand the blog on Duquesne's Football History. Then, see if it can be published as a book. There are enough newspaper articles from the 1920's on until the program was cut in the 50's but not a lot of info during the Club years into D-3. Has anybody written down the history of the team's re-birth?

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Judge Jack McVay Jr
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Date Posted: Monday, February 20, 10:23:07pm

Coffee, how are you my friend? I do agree with you and El Duque and think in hindsight what a bad decision it was to drop football but I wasn't there either! It definitely would be interesting to talk with someone who was there at the time like Dan Rooney who went to Duquesne to play football like his Dad but then it was dropped! I think a book is an excellent idea and would be glad to collaborate but the first two guys to talk to about the rebirth would be Sam Costanzo and Coach McCann! Thanks as always, Jack

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