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Former UNC Running Back Jordon Brown to Transfer to Kansas State


Jordon Brown, a senior who rushed for 1,005 yards and eight touchdowns over the past three seasons at North Carolina, announced Wednesday that he will graduate and transfer to K-State in time to help the Wildcats next season. Brown is expected to compete for a starting role with Ball State graduate transfer James Gilbert, who enrolled at K-State in January. (Wichita Eagle)

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