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Milo Down to Crunch Time

Jarard Milo is a talented athlete who has had some rough luck as far as his on the field performances are concerned. After missing the 2006 season because of a transfer rule he had to play most of his 2007 season on a severely injured ankle, but Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Kansas may still make a play for his talents.

Jarard Milo, a 6-foot-2, 185-pound athlete from Olathe, Kansas has had a somewhat injury plagued year. After puling his hamstring running a forty at a combine he entered the fall with high hopes of earning more scholarships, but he had some bad luck shortly in to his senior year. "The season went alright," Milo informed. "I had broke...

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