UK quarterback's brother entering NFL draft

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Ohio State wide receiver Brian Hartline
says he's giving up his final year of eligibility to enter the NFL
Hartline said Wednesday he looks forward to testing himself as a
professional. The announcement follows last week's decision by
tailback Chris "Beanie" Wells to also pass up his senior year for
the NFL.
Hartline had 90 catches for 1,449 yards and 13 touchdowns during
his Ohio State career. He's expected to graduate in June with a
communications degree.
Meanwhile, defensive back Kurt Coleman said he'll remain for his
senior year. Coleman said he wants to finish his degree in sport
and leisure studies. He had 78 tackles and four interceptions
during last year's 10-3 season.

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