July 17, 2008
No time to celebrate, it's hayin' time
This is an important week for the Spiker family, which lives on a 1,000-acre grain farm a mile from Dresden, Ohio.
On Monday, youngest child Ryan Spiker, 17, committed to the West Virginia University football program for the 2009 season.
The Rivals.com 3-star guard-center's enthusiasm was only matched by that of lead recruiter Steve Dunlap and head coach Bill Stewart.
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