Ryan Michael Kuhn West Palm Beach – “The Run Was There”

Ryan Michael Kuhn of West Palm Beach is the manager of International Craft Beer Distributors, LLC. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Cornell University, where he was enrolled in the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.

He was also the starting quarterback on Cornell’s football team for two memorable seasons. He ran for two touchdowns in his very first game and completed fourteen of twenty-four pass attempts for 121 yards. Commentators said afterward that Ryan Kuhn of West Palm Beach showed flashes of brilliance, even as the Big Red fell to Brown 21-17.

Ryan Michael Kuhn West Palm Beach

Ryan Michael Kuhn West Palm Beach

 

“A little nervous at first,” he admitted after the game. “But I calmed down after the first couple of plays.”

After that there was nowhere to go but up, and Ryan Michael Kuhn of West Palm Beach enjoyed two great seasons on the gridiron for Cornell. He capped his collegiate career by leading Cornell to a 16-7 victory over Penn in his final game, running for 97 yards to give him exactly one thousand rushing yards on the year. The victory was Cornell’s first over Penn in six years, and gave them the Trustees’ Cup.

One of his best games that season came against Columbia University, when Ryan Michael Kuhn of West Palm Beach rushed for 185 yards and threw two touchdowns. One reporter said afterward that he appeared unstoppable that day.

“I have a mindset of run when it’s there,” Ryan Michael Kuhn of West Palm Beach said after the game. “If it’s not, just be patient. It just worked out in the first quarter that the run was there.”

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