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Fred Sparkman's glad that he's going to TSU


The former Columbia Central standout, who left North Carolina after a tumultuous 2004 season, is going to resume his playing career at Tennessee State. 's decision to go with the Tigers ends a nine-month ordeal that saw him go from being Atlantic Coast Conference Defensive Lineman of the Week to being indefinitely suspended by Tar Heels' head coach following an arrest for a misdemeanor drug possession in September. (Columbia Daily Herald)

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