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Former superintendent: From paralyzed to powerful

| Staff Reporters

Flattened in the grass and paralyzed on a football field in Clinton, a young Mississippi University pre-law student had a moment of clarity. His neck was broken.

“Feb. 7, 1981, a date I will remember for the rest of my life,” he said of the injury.



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