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  1. Box_O_Rocks

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    #12 Jersey

    I actually still have his rookie card.
     
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    I remember the name... I do not remember much else...
     
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    No Jersey Selected

    Same here. It's an awesome name.
     
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    I recall (perhaps inaccurately in detail) that Dykes & Frayer got into an early morning incident in Providence RI outside a gentleman's club where I believe firearms were displayed.
     
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    The part in that story about OSU paying him $5,000 is inaccurate. I remember because I lived in Houston at the time. He left off a zero.

    BTW, he was also a terrific b-ball player. Could have played at any D-1 school.
     
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