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  • Watched ESPN Films’ The Book of Manning, part of the “SEC Storied” documentary series last night.  It was excellent.  Ole Miss and Tennessee fans, especially, will love it.  I had never realized that the oldest son, Cooper, had been an outstanding high school receiver and had signed with Ole Miss and then found out he had a horrific, football-ending disease.  The Mannings are a great family in my book.

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That show has been out about a year...
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