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Suh’s reputation in Lincoln remains sterling. The strength-and-conditioning center bears his name, and he donated $2.6 million to the school just before he was drafted. He graduated with a degree in construction engineering — $600,000 of the aforementioned money went to the engineering school — and told NFL teams of his plan to go into business with his dad after football.
The Detroit Lions have lost four of six games and had their traditional Thanksgiving home date ruined by Green Bay, but they are still 7-4 and in the thick of the N.F.C. wild-card race heading into Sunday night’s game with the New Orleans Saints (8-3).
Shaun Rogers and Detroit Lions fans have something in common – both are a little out of sorts being in the midst of the NFL’s playoff race.
The Lions named Thomas Wilcher of Detroit Cass Tech the high school coach of the year.
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Topics: Cass Tech Football, Detroit Lions, Ndamukong Suh, New Orleans Saints, Shaun Rogers