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Kent State will be swinging away on 0-2 count

In last year’s game, Kent State running back Eugene Jarvis (left, defended on this play by Mike Morrissey) lacerated a kidney, but he is back healthy for tomorrow’s rematch with the Eagles. In last year’s game, Kent State running back Eugene Jarvis (left, defended on this play by Mike Morrissey) lacerated a kidney, but he is back healthy for tomorrow’s rematch with the Eagles. (File/Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff)
By Mark Blaudschun
Globe Staff / September 10, 2010

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Two years ago, Boston College traveled to Cleveland to face a Kent State team led by a quarterback named Julian Edelman , who has established himself as a productive wide receiver for the Patriots . BC won that game, 21-0. (Full article: 526 words)

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