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On Thursday, we saw the helmets Ole Miss will wear to honor Chucky Mullins, who was paralyzed while tackling Vanderbilt fullback Brad Gaines in 1989 and passed away from a pulmonary embolism just two years later. On Friday, we get a glimpse of the painted No. 38 in the end zones and red hash marks at each 38-yard-line that also pay tribute...
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OneFifty117 months
I rarely am moved by sports-related historical synapses, but I admittedly found the SECStoried regarding the Mullins injury and his subsequent death quite compelling. The gesture seems rather appropriate considering the outstanding character of this departed young man.
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LSULyle00690118 months
They should have made the speed limit 38 mph on campus in honor of Mullins, not 18 for manning
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Cajun Ag118 months
For tomorrow's game, all 38-yard line hash marks will be painted red in honor of Chuckie Mullins.
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