When Tim Beck was named as Pittsburg State’s football coach, he left an opening at offensive coordinator.And in the offseason, Beck brought in a pair of high school coaches with offensive coordinator experience.There’s just one thing: one of those coaches won’t be picking which players will start. Instead, Tyler Lawrence will be fighting for a starting spot of his own.
A former quarterback at Kansas, Lawrence comes to the Gorillas via Highland Park High School in Topeka, where Lawrence served as offensive coordinator after graduating. But because Lawrence took just three years to graduate, he has the equivalent of four semesters, or two seasons, of eligibility as a Pitt State player...read more here.
This kid killed my dog
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