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Upon reflection, it was one the darkest, most debilitating days ...


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Found an interesting artice that made the front web page of CBS Sports college football front page.  Brouce's picture is highlighted on the front page with a story to follow about what a crazy week it was with numerous injuries across the nation.  It is amazing how many players were injured this past week and yet we are on front edge of getting deep into conference schedules across the nation.

http://www.sportsline.com/collegefootball

http://www.sportsline.com/collegefootball/story/10991907

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It definitely has been a injury-filled year, in both NCAA and the NFL.. When I saw the ambulance come onto the field Saturday it was probably the closest I've came to tears watching our Bulls play football (losing to Rutgers last year was a close second).

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Scary moments.  It is a violent game.  Don't think there is any way to prevent these type of injuries.  Didn't look like Brouce went in head first.  Seemed to me like he tried to go in with his shoulder.  Let's hope all those guys mentioned in the article heal completely.

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