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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Congie Devito
Congie DeVito spent much of his life in a wheelchair, battling a rare bone disease. Most of that time in the past two decades, he also spent working for West Point Thoroughbreds and watching just about every Temple football and basketball game he could.
"I think we're all very confident that he'll run good and he always tries real hard. Whether he's good enough to win the whole thing, who knows?" he said. "But you won't have any disappointed people in this group, just for the recognition of Congie's life and accomplishments that he's gotten through this whole process."