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Paladin football team has new friend

Sean Arnold, an eighth grader at Berea Middle School, led the Furman players onto the field for their game against East Tennessee State.

The Furman football team has established a very special friendship with a student from Berea Middle School. Sean Arnold, an eighth grader, suffers from Nephrotic Syndrome, a disease affecting his kidneys. WSPA-TV reported on how the players visited Sean at his school and then made him a special guest of honor at the team’s home game with East Tennessee State on Sept. 30.  The Paladins also promised Sean a victory, and they delivered.

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