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Recruiting: Chase Rome Talks About OSU

Chase Rome

Chase Rome says he is going to Nebraska and he also says that is final. We caught up with the 6-2, 280-pound standout defensive end from Columbia (Rock Bridge), Mo., on Sunday afternoon to ask about de-committing from Oklahoma State, and now being committed to Nebraska. Rome said it was a hard decision to announce after being verbally committed to Oklahoma State since the spring.

"I hate to do what I did to OSU," said Rome. "I had been thinking about it for awhile and felt I needed to say something. It is about finding the right place for me, and I think of all the comments that my dad made the one that is the most important is that the decision is not just for the next four years but about the next 40 years. "I need to know that I'm going someplace that I will... Recommended Stories

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