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Mitch Trubisky wins Ohio Mr. Football award for 2012 before heading to North Carolina


Mitch Trubisky's record-setting season and, at times, astounding play was recognized Wednesday when he was named Ohio's Mr. Football by the Associated Press, an annual award given to the top high school player regardless of division. Trubisky received the news while out to dinner at a Mentor steakhouse with his family and coaches. “It's incredible right now,'' Trubisky said in a phone interview. "I'm pacing back and forth and I really can't believe it.'' (Cleveland Plain Dealer)


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