Regardless of how the on-field portion turns out, it will be an opportunity for the family to gather with friends and celebrate Colter and Paul’s collegiate careers, which they say have been heavily influenced by the lessons their dad taught them.
“Each one of us separately are different, but at the same time, we’re really alike in the fact that we hold the same values that my parents taught us,” Colter said. “Having a quiet confidence in yourself and with what you do in life, it’s something that all four of us possess.”
• Read Michael Phillips’ blog at: http://www2.timesdispatch.com/list/sports-college-uva/
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