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Houston following in dad's fabulous footsteps

In 1986, the father was the most feared football player in Charlotte. He threw hard. He threw far. He was runner-up for The Associated Press N.C. Player of the Year. In 2006, the father's son might be the most feared player in Charlotte. He runs hard. He's 250 pounds. He's hard to stop. He has committed to play for North Carolina. Butler High running back Ryan Houston says he and his father, former Harding quarterback Anthony "Lizard" Houston, talk often about their careers. (Charlotte Observer)


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