As the football world turns. Some twists on the first weekend of college football. How can some colleges on the first game of the season look like they are in mid-season form coming out of pre-season camp with no scrimmages vs. other opponents and no pre-season games? Why does the NFL have Four pre-season games and risk injury to some of their top players on games that do not count. This can be talked about for a long time, but the NFL needs to increase their schedule to 18 regular season games or even 17 and modify these pre-season games. The Post Gazette reports these local rookies made initial active rosters which is excellent for this area. Aliquippa's Tommie Campbell(Cal. U)made active roster for the Tennessee Titans as a DB, North Allegheny's Tom Keiser(Stanford)made Carolina's active roster as an undrafted free agent DE/OLB, and Seneca Valley's Brandon Fusco(Slippery Rock)made Minneosta's active roster as a Center. But the Post Gazette missed a few. Thomas Jefferson's Don DeCicco(Pitt)made the Chicago Bears active roster as an undrafted free agent linebacker, Woodland Hills Terrence Johnson(Cal. U)who slipped way under the radar locally, made the Indianapolis Colts roster as a corner(first year player), Woodland Hills Darrin Walls(Notre Dame)made the Falcons active roster as an undrafted free agent corner, and another Woodland Hill product Monte' Simmons(Kent State)who is a total unknown around these parts, made the San Francisco 49ers practice squad as an OLB/DE. A lot of credit has to go Woodland Hills H.S. Coach George Novak and his staff for their coaching and preparation of the football players that come out of the Woodland Hills program. Right now, Woodland Hills has more players in the NFL than any other high school program in the entire country.