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Kyndraus Guy shining at college level

Tuesday, September 20, 2005

The scoreboard at Kenan Stadium said there was 10:51 left in the third quarter Saturday when Hope Mills' Kyndraus Guy scored a career first. With the speed of a torpedo, the sophomore defensive tackle for North Carolina shot through Wisconsin's offensive line and into the backfield where he planted Badgers quarterback John Stocco into the turf. The Kenan crowd of 60,000 roared its approval. (Fayetteville Observer)

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