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LA Tech's Scotty Young participating in Manning Passing Academy

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The 18th annual Manning Passing Academy continued with their second day of action Saturday. Over 1200 high school students learned from football's first family, the Manning's.  Denver Broncos QB Peyton and Giants signal caller Eli lead the instruction.  

Plenty of division one quarterbacks are also on hand as counselors, including this year's Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel.  Another native Texan joined the ranks this year, Louisiana Tech's projected starter Scotty Young.  The Texas Tech transfer never dreamed of getting to work with the caliber of players he is this weekend, but that's all part of the benefit of moving to the Pelican state.  

Young takes over a new era of Louisiana Tech football.  With a new head coach and 32 seniors gone, it's a blank slate for the Bulldogs.  Tech opens the season at North Carolina State on August 31st.

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