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A High for McDougald

Bradley McDougald had been waiting for this moment since graduating from Scioto High School in Dublin, Ohio.

And there he was playing his first college football game at Memorial Stadium on Saturday night helping his Jayhawks demolish Northern Colorado, 49-3, in their home/season opener in front of a record-setting crowd of 52,530. "It was great," said Bradley McDougald, the 6-2, 195-pound freshman receiver. "It was everything everybody was talking about. Once the first play was out of the way, the crowd... Recommended Stories

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