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Semi-Pro Football: Unbeaten Fighting Irish have developed a bond

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Their quest for a fifth consecutive Northeast Football Alliance carries means more meaning for the Troy Fighting Irish. The players have banded together for a fallen brother, dedicating the season to their former quarterback, Jahmel Tarver. The former Watervliet High standout has been in a coma the past six months, after falling into a coma during surgery to repair an Achilles’ tendon tear. He suffered the injury playing indoor football. “This team is committed, because ...

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