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During his childhood days, Mississippi State junior offensive lineman Anthony Strauder learned valuable lessons by observing his uncle on the field. But Strauder's lessons were not limited to the gridiron. Strauder also saw his uncle - former Bulldog standout Herman Carroll - excel off the field, which helped secured his future after football. "Really it was all about watching my uncle (former Bulldog defensive end) Herman Carroll," said Strauder. "He got to play in the NFL for a short period of time. If football works out for me in the NFL then that would just be a blessing. "But I can't control that and my uncle and I have talked about that. What I can control is getting my degree and preparing myself for a future after football." And getting a bachelor's degree is something Strauder did in three years. Strauder, a Natchez native, graduated in May with a degree in exercise physiology and is currently working on his master's degree in business administration. Strauder also has...
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