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By Rabbi Shmuley Boteach
Topic - Jim Bob Taylor
Cooper Taylor said he feels even faster than two years ago, when he was Georgia Tech's fastest player.
Taylor's father, former Georgia Tech quarterback Jim Bob Taylor, said the family endured "a scary day" at Atlanta's Piedmont Hospital when the heart procedure, expected to last about three hours, instead lasted most of the day.
"I tell him it's probably a blessing that it happened because it gave him a year to mature," said Jim Bob Taylor, who started in the 1982 season.