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Topic - Kyle Parker
Clemson quarterback Kyle Parker's football career came to an abrupt end when he broke ribs in the first half against South Florida in the Meineke Bowl.
Clemson quarterback Kyle Parker is back in good standings with his coaches and will start in the Meineke Bowl later this month.
Playing two college sports at a high level takes much more than the love of the games.
Miami linebacker Sean Spence's first two seasons with the Hurricanes were probably best remembered by two plays.
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney thought things couldn't have gone much better during the Tigers off week.
The Colorado Rockies reached an agreement with Kyle Parker, their top draft pick, that will allow him to quarterback Clemson this fall before he hands off to baseball in the spring.
Medical student Kyle Parker said he admired the donors' relatives for showing up, and wondered if he were in their shoes, "would I be willing to meet the people who have actually dissected my family member?"
Parker said he hopes the answer would be yes.