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Rob Bolden Craving Wings Over… In Happy Valley?

For the second time, it appears that Robert Bolden has announced his return to Happy Valley with a tweet about wings.

Bolden’s return to State College for the summer has been seemingly far from certain — just over two weeks ago he told the Post-Gazette’s Ron Musselman that he hadn’t decided anything yet.

But late tonight, Rob Bolden tweeted:

Welp. Ima be sleeping crooked tonight.. I need some #wingsoverless than a minute ago via TweetCaster Favorite Retweet Reply

The tweet makes sense in the context of other tweets Bolden has been posting lately — for one, Saturday was his “last day” in Detroit. And though Wings Over has locations across the country, it seems likely that he’s referring to our local franchise. (Unless, of course, our April Fool’s Day story came true.)

So does this mean Bolden’s back… again? Let me know what you think in the comments.

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