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Breaking: Having A Famous QB Dad Doesn't Automatically Make You Good At Football [College Football]

Matt Simms and Nate Montana are playing football at tiny community colleges instead of D-I powerhouses. Weird, right? I mean, they've got blond hair and famous last names. What else do you need to play quarterback? [LA Times] ...
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