Oft-injured Corey Lewis describes care received at Illinois as ‘great’

SHARE Oft-injured Corey Lewis describes care received at Illinois as ‘great’
SHARE Oft-injured Corey Lewis describes care received at Illinois as ‘great’

The name Corey Lewis probably doesn’t mean much to the average college football fan. To me, it means a lot. It means a player who gutted it out through six years and — count ’em — four ACL tears as an offensive lineman at Illinois. It means a bright, engaging 25-year-old with a master’s degree who refuses give up on an improbable NFL dream. It means the sort of guy you just plain want to root for. Read more

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