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Sunday, February 3, 2013

Ex-Jayhawk has 4 stops

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— Kansas University senior cornerback Greg Brown recorded four tackles and three pass breakups Saturday for the Texas All-Stars as part of the Texas vs. The Nation All-Star game. The National Team defeated Team Texas, 24-13.

Brown was one of 96 senior players chosen from programs across the country in all divisions to participate in the all-star game.

“I thought I played great and hopefully helped my stock a lot,” said Brown, who started all 12 games at corner for the Jayhawks in 2012. “The experience was great, and I’m proud to have such a supportive group of friends and family in my life to come out and watch me play in this game.”

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coloradojayhawk 1 year, 2 months ago

Why call him an ex-Jayhawk? Has he left school? Did he leave the team (other than through exhausting his eligibility)? I'd think "KU Senior", "Former KU player" or "2012 KU player Greg Brown" would be a more appropriate term even if he has no more playing eligibility.

Once a Jayhawk, always a Jayhawk, unless they choose to leave, right?

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Ferd Magellan 1 year, 2 months ago

I feel like he has the tools to succeed like Chris Harris. He was just the unfortunate victim of two years of Turner Gill coaching. Even if he's undrafted, he should get picked up fast. Teams are desperate for new CB with the more franchises abandoning the run than ever before.

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