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NCAA technicality will keep decorated Army veteran from playing college basketball

Isaiah Brock had big plans for 2016. After spending four years in the Army, the 22-year-old Baltimore native was invited to enroll in Oakland University and play on the school’s basketball team. “Yo mom,” he posted to his Facebook page on Sept. 9 along with a picture of himself in OU’s uniform. “I made it!” […]
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