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October 21, 2011
LIVE at approximately 8:30 p.m. ET Friday: Chicago (Ill.) Marist, 6-2 and fresh off a 64-63 victory the week before, hosts 7-1 Joliet (Ill.) Catholic.
About the game:
Want to see a Big Ten quality running back? How about two?
Tune in to RivalsHighTV Friday night and you will when Joliet (Ill.) Catholic takes on Chicago (Ill.) Marist.
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Or in this case, some of the best backs in the Midwest.
Juliet Catholic features senior Malin Jones, a 6-2, 190-pound three-star back headed to Northwestern. But he's not the only stud in the backfield.
Junior Ty Issac, a 6-3, 215-pounder, may be even better.
Issac has offers from Big Ten teams Illinois, Iowa, Michigan and Purdue, not to mention Notre Dame, Vanderbilt, Toledo and Arizona.
In fact, after facing Marist on Friday night, Issac will held to South Bend to take in the Notre Dame-USC game.
"I've never been to a rivalry game as far as college football teams go," Brown told Irish Illustrated. "I'm really interested to see how this is because at the end of the day when all of us come to play college football it's to win playing games like this. I want to see what type of atmosphere it is."
You can see what type of player Issac is live on Friday night.
Marist is lead by sophomore wide receiver Nic Weishar and senior defensive back Ryan Meyer.
Weishar, at 6-5, 200 pounds, already has offers from Illinois and Northwestern.
Meyer does not have any offers, but he's received interest from a number of Division I schools, including Illinois, Indiana, Northwestern, Wisconsin, Northern Illinois, Central Michigan, Western Michigan and Ball State.
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