Saturday, August 1, 2015

Bernard Pierce vs. Evan Royster

Today's Inquirer sports poll asks whether you'd rather have Temple running back Bernard Pierce or Penn State running back Evan Royster on your team.

Bernard Pierce vs. Evan Royster

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Today's Inquirer sports poll asks whether you'd rather have Temple running back Bernard Pierce or Penn State running back Evan Royster on your team. Cast your vote here, and share your thoughts in the comments.

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Which running back would you rather have?
Penn State’s Evan Royster
 
  169 (27.7%)
Temple’s Bernard Pierce
 
  442 (72.3%)
Total votes = 611
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