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Pitcock Takes Reins As Defensive Leader
Ohio State coach Jim Tressel pulls no punches when he sings the praises of senior defensive tackle Quinn Pitcock, who joined him in Chicago this week for the Big Ten Kickoff Luncheon. "Quinn Pitcock is an outstanding player," Tressel said. "I don't know anybody in the country better at that position than he is. He is a great effort guy, he's a great leader and he's a great trainer. He's everything you want in a guy." The 6-3, 295-pound Pitcock is getting some run as a preseason All-Big Ten and All-American pick. As a junior, Pitcock was tabbed as a second-team All-Big Ten pick by the coaches after tallying 28 tackles and three tackles-for-loss. He is by far the most experienced returning player on the defense was 37 games logged, including 23 starts. It was a natural that Pitcock would represent the defense in Chicago. "I feel privileged to be selected to represent my team," he said. "It's a great honor to be here and hopefully I'll be able to do more for the team." Pitcock said...
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