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One of Indiana’s top football recruits is ineligible, and it’s all Indiana’s fault

Of the top 10 high school football recruits from Indiana this year, only two decided to play at the state’s flagship university. One of them was a do-it-all athlete from suburban Indianapolis named Bryant Fitzgerald, who starred on both sides of the ball in high school and was slotted as a hybrid defensive back/linebacker for […]
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