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Dec
08

HE COULD GO ALL THE WAY…to the Hospital


It’s BOWL SEASON! I know everyone is super-amped up for the Vagisil Monistat 7 Bowl Game and all the other fun games, I for one can’t even sleep I’m so excited. Freshman DeAndre Brown of the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles may not look upon the bowl season the same way though. While his team beat Troy University 30-27 in overtime of the New Orleans Bowl, Brown wasn’t able to be much help to the team. A few plays after setting the school record for receptions in a season with his 67th, Brown went up for a reception in the end zone, but his leg awkwardly gives out and snaps. Ouch.  

School officials later would only say it was a lower leg fracture. You think? Brown, who was the Golden Eagles’ top recruit last season had a stellar freshman campaign ending the season with 67 catches for 1,108 yards and 12 touchdowns and one gruesome injury.


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