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Topic - Rod Smith
From the outside, the drafty warehouse doesn't look like a museum, but when the firefighters roll back the door, the light is reflected in glinting chrome, warm brass and deep red paint.
Pierre Garcon can make a move into the top 10 on a prestigious list with a good performance today.
Hours after it was ranked No. 2 in the preseason poll by The Associated Press, Ohio State suspended two more of its top players.
Tate Forcier was oozing with confidence before he took a snap for Michigan last year.
"The history, to me, is very important. If you lose the history, you lose a part of the department itself," said retired firefighter Rod Smith, who restores the old equipment and serves as president of the Lynchburg Fire Department Museum Inc.
Smith pointed out the 1887 ladder truck that once saved Confederate Gen. Jubal Early from a collapsed building.