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November 04, 2013

Winning And Losing In Football's Forgotten Town

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It is hard to run in the thick, sticky soil of Muck City, but kids do. And the town has one of the most legendary high school football programs in the country. Dick talks to coach Jessie Hester, who played in the NFL and returned to his Florida town, and to Mario Rowley, who assigned himself the unlikely position of quarterback during one crucial year. Learn more about their story in Bryan Mealer's book Muck City.

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