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March 27, 2010 12:00 AM

S.C. State running back seeks a do-over

Two years ago, Asheton Jordan was the top freshman running back in the Southern Conference with a promising future ahead of him at The Citadel. Today, the Stratford High product will play in South Carolina State's Garnet and Blue spring game with an eye toward securing a starting spot on coach Buddy Pough's team in the fall.

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