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October 16, 2009 - Image 9

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The Michigan Daily, 2009-10-16

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with Hornets senior defensive back
Avery Grant
Name the one non-sports-related item
you can't live without:
Video Games.
What's your perfect pregame meal?
I love to eat a lot of pasta.
What would be your ideal superpower and why?
I would want to fly. The ability to fly would
give me a better chance to see the world.
® What's a hidden talent of yours?
I write poetry.
What's your most embarrassing
football moment?
I once blocked one of my own teammates
during a play.
What's your worst school
picture ever? Describe it.
My picture following kindergarten.
I had a snaggle tooth look.
* What's your biggest fear?
I fear the unknown.
Favorite sports rivalry?
Yankees vs. Red Sox.
If we came to campus, where
would we likely find you?
Hanging out with one of my teammates,
playing video games and chillin'.
Favorite class:
Public Speaking.
What's the best option: Playoffs or BCS?
What's the best meal you can cook by yourself?
Fried chicken. My mother taught me.
Favorite pro sports team?
The New York Yankees.
If you had three words to describe
your coach, what would they be?
Disciplined, Strong, Real (100%).
If you could only watch one movie for
the rest of your life, what would it be?
Remember the Titans.

Football Saturday
The Daily football
writers break down
the good, bad and
ugly of the first half
of the '09 season.

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