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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Paul Schulte
Players from each of the five Final Four teams of former Houston coach Guy V. Lewis gathered Friday to honor the coach and share a unified message.
So much for VCU and Connecticut being worn out by their heavy workloads.
"When I showed up, I was blown away," Schulte said. "The guys who were playing could do handstands with their wheelchairs attached to them, they hit 3s, they were just as fast as able-bodied players and my stereotype was absolutely smashed."
"The big push for the campaign is just awareness of individuals going after it, being determined and going after their dreams despite some daunting odds," Schulte said. "We reach as many people as possible, whether or not they're wearing a prosthetic, whether they're in a power chair or have a disability you normally wouldn't recognize, somebody walking around. It's to identify those stories."