Posts tagged Randy Colling

Gannon’s “Superman” still standing strong…

By | November 2, 2011 3:52 pm | 0 Comments


With two games left in the 2011 season, Gannon junior strong safety Khayree Connors-McChristian has tried not to think about it too much. But it’s hard not to. And this is a good thing. Last season, Connors-McChristian had a season-ending injury (broken right forearm) in Week 3 against Millersville. This season, he switched from free… View Article

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Gannon players struggling with on-field performance, too…

By | October 24, 2011 11:46 pm | 0 Comments


Gannon senior defensive tackle Randy Colling and junior linebacker Will Giles chose not to discuss the off-field situations involving Gannon assistant coaches Michael Smith, Darren Paige and graduate assistant coach Anthony Ferla. “I don’t want to get involved in any of that,” Colling said earlier today. Ferla was dismissed after he urinated near two marked… View Article

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Gannon falls to IUP, 35-7…

By | October 22, 2011 3:15 pm | 0 Comments


Gannon dropped to 3-5 after losing, 35-7, at Indiana (Pa.) today. The Knights had beaten the Crimson Hawks the past two seasons. Gannon (3-5, 2-3 PSAC West) has already matched its loss total from a season. Gannon has finished 6-5 the last two seasons. Next week, the Knights play at Clarion before closing out PSAC… View Article

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Coleman, Tapscott finally connect big…

By | October 1, 2011 8:52 pm | 0 Comments


Legend has it Daniel Tapscott and Lawrence Coleman have been clicking in practice, but it hadn’t transferred into big-time production in the games. That all changed today. Tapscott, a redshirt freshman quarterback, found Coleman, a senior receiver, three times in the second half to spark Gannon’s 30-27 win at PSAC West rival Mercyhurst College. “From… View Article

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Losing Rearick part of emotional day for Mercyhurst…

By | October 1, 2011 7:57 pm | 0 Comments


Bryant Kimball couldn’t hold back the tears after Mercyhurst College lost, 30-27, to  Gannon today. His sorrow was for more than losing the crosstown PSAC West rivals in Mercyhurst’s homecoming game at Tullio Field. The Lakers were hurting emotionally because they lost senior quarterback Travis Rearick to a serious left knee injury early in the… View Article

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NFL scouts checking out Colling, Wild and Kennedy…

By | October 1, 2011 6:57 pm | 0 Comments


The Tennessee Titans and Buffalo Bills each had a scout in the press box for today’s Gannon-Mercyhurst College game at Tullio Field. Gannon won 30-27. The Pittsburgh Steelers had a scout there as well. The Titans are playing at Cleveland against the Browns on Sunday. The three NFL teams were checking out Gannon senior defensive… View Article

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Teammates may reap benefits of Colling’s presence…

By | September 30, 2011 5:31 pm | 0 Comments


Every time an NFL scout comes to see Gannon senior defensive tackle Randy Colling play, his teammates get a chance to show they may be good enough to get a look from a pro team. “It’s amazing,” said Gannon cornerback Ta’Von Bailey, a 6-foot, 175-pound freshman from Lanham, Md.  “We try not to focus on… View Article

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NFL scouts checking out Gannon DT Colling…

By | September 24, 2011 5:07 pm | 0 Comments


The Miami Dolphins had a scout at the Edinboro-Gannon game at Gannon today to see Knights defensive tackle Randy Colling. The 6-foot, 5-inch, 320-pound Colling had eight total tackles, two sacks and 2.5 stops for loss in the 27-0 defeat for the Knights. “I acted like he wasn’t even there,” Colling said. “You got to… View Article

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Players remember Edinboro’s last-second win at Gannon in ’09

By | September 23, 2011 7:40 pm | 0 Comments


Four hours, 30 minutes long. Two lightning delays. One classic finish. On Sept. 26, 2009, Edinboro pulled out 22-20 victory at Gannon on a last second, 17-yard field goal by senior Alex Romanias to cap one of the wildest college football games in recent memory. “I thought we were fortunate to win the football game,”… View Article

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Gannon’s Tapscott on not sliding: “I’ll worry about my body later…”

By | September 14, 2011 6:14 pm | 0 Comments


At 6-foot-2 and 190 pounds, Gannon redshirt freshman quarterback Daniel Tapscott isn’t the biggest guy, but that hasn’t stopped him from lowering his shoulder when scrambling out the pocket. “I’m just trying to make as many plays as I can,” Tapscott said. “I’ll worry about my body later. It’ s not too bad.” His teammates… View Article

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