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Topic - Kenneth Tate
There is no second-guessing for Kenneth Tate, no reason to dwell on the great "what if?" of the safety-turned-linebacker's career at Maryland.
On his second snap of his second senior season, Maryland linebacker Kenneth Tate brought down West Virginia's Tavon Austin for no gain.
"It felt good," Tate said.
"Yeah, definitely," Tate said. "I just felt comfortable. Football is like my release so all the emotion and everything is definitely sorted out on the field."