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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Rick Mueller
Maurice Clarett's football comeback was a success, certainly to him.
Wearing the same No. 13 he wore so well as an Ohio State freshman eight years ago, Maurice Clarett began his bid to return to football Monday night on a high school field where the minor-league Omaha Nighthawks practiced before a handful of onlookers.
A day after a lawyer for former Ohio State running back Maurice Clarett said his client wanted to try out for a professional team in Nebraska, the team's general manager confirmed it.
Mueller said the Nighthawks would try out Clarett as soon as possible.
Nighthawks GM Rick Mueller issued a statement Tuesday saying he wanted to help Clarett take "positive steps toward being the good citizen and solid family man that he aspires to be."