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December 1, 2012 3:11 PM

Bob Lutz: Wood’s game of the ages may be sign of what’s to come

No matter what Tanner Wood goes on to accomplish in the game of football — and there’s a pretty good chance it will be significant — Oct. 19, 2012, will stay with him forever.

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