By Justin C. Cliburn
OAKLAND (AP) — When longtime OIL RB Marshawn Lynch retired after the 2015 season, it capped a long and illustrious career . . . but it meant the OIL's all-time leading rusher was leaving the game without an OIL championship. One year later, Lynch announced on Wednesday that he was returning to the game.
"Over the past year, I've visited the Cal spring game, Scotland, and Egypt, but the lack of an OIL title gnawed at me," Lynch said at a press conference announcing his return."
Lynch will learn what team he will play for at the 2017 OIL draft.