Todd Gurley, the Tarboro-T and the Making of a Running Back

Todd Gurley has the chance to bring Tarboro its second Super Bowl ring after running back won the first with Washington in Super Bowl XXII. Tarboro is your typical small North Carolina town of about 11,000 people. The median household income is $33,542 when the state sits at $50,320. There’s not much industry or entertainment. But they do have football. (Sports Illustrated)


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