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As he ran towards the goal line from the chasing Buckeyes, good times and cheer were had by all. For this was pre-1998, and the game still stands.
As he ran towards the goal line from the chasing Buckeyes, good times and cheer were had by all. For this was pre-1998, and the game still stands.


And lo, there will be football in State College in 39 days!

Curtis Enis was a tailback for PSU from 1995-1997, and recipient of the oft-quoted phrase "Enis Envy". He, like Daryll Clark after him, hailed from Ohio and spent one year at Kiski Prep before suiting up in the blue and white. He rushed for over 100 yards in seventeen games, good for second in the Penn State record books.

Enis was a consensus All-American his junior year in 1997, but his acceptance of an improper benefit from a sports agent cut short his collegiate career and he entered the NFL draft in 1998. He was drafted in the first round (fifth overall) by the Chicago Bears, but a nagging knee injury forced him into retirement after only three seasons of professional play.

Enis is currently the head coach of the Bradford High School football team in Bradford, Ohio.


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