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Both were captains today and photographed with the seniors after the game, but I've confirmed that Christian Kuntz and Frank Figueroa will be hanging it up after this season. Both will graduate next semester.
Andre Dupree and Patrick Flanagan were captains today as well, I would assume the same is true for them.
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Good luck to all of them in the future.
Good luck to these guys in their futures, but losing depth in any capacity is bad.
Agree. With the limited schollies, we need people to hang around.....
Best of luck to them though!
They are at positions with the most depth and would not have contributed next year. Regardless, I wish them luck.
Neither guy was going to play much without a lot of injuries to other players in 2013 (although you can never have too much depth especially with scholarship cuts looming in 2014). Tough to see Kuntz go without making an impact. Lot of ability, but could never stay healthy.
Best wishes to all of them. Will remember them with this team(one of my favorites ever in any sport) for sticking it through in a tough time. Great bunch of kids, and I hope every one becomes a fine young man and have great success.
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Best of luck.
Glad these kids are graduating and will have an impact off the field.. Proud that these kids continue to represent psu well. Really is more impressive than cheating your way to a national title.
Best of luck to them in the future.
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They will graduate soon, and have the distinction of playing on one of the best PSU teams of all time. The rest of their life is now an open book. May they have the best of luck and find true happiness.
Remember both of their recruitment, was excited they chose PSU and now a little sad to see them go. Both will be remembered as members of this fantastic team and get a great degree. Good Luck to them both.
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