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Extra Points: The Ultimate Underdog


A football player standing 5-foot-11 can find many opportunities but rarely on the offensive line, where the sequoias and redwoods rule and you crane your neck to have a conversation. But heart can trump size, particularly when 's lack of physical size is balanced by foot, hand, and technical skills honed through hours on the wrestling mats. (GoHeels.com)

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Extra Points: The Ultimate Underdog


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