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The Short Man Was a Stalker


“Randy told everyone, players and coaches,” said a former football assistant coach, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he expects to be interviewed by the NCAA. “Deal with him at your own risk. He told me personally, ‘The guy’s poison. Bad news. Trouble.’ And we listened. So then the guy started trying to reach out to players directly more and more. They would come to us and complain that they’d go bowling and he’d show up. It was a running joke around here. We’d ask, ‘See your stalker last night?”’

 

http://www.timesleader.com/sports/Troubled_times_08-21-2011.html

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