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Virginia Tech Cornerback Takes Kids on a Best Buy Shopping Spree

Because there are too few examples of good news about athletes. Via Deadspin:

The NCAA allows bowl participants to accept sponsors’ gifts up to $550 in value, and for players competing in Friday’s Russell Athletic Bowl most of that value came in a $470 Best Buy gift card. That’s valuable potential swag for most college kids, but Hokies defensive back Antone Exum—caught up in the spirit of the season, perhaps…

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