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Broomfield Staying On The Fast Track

He intends no offense to his thinclad peers. But Corey Broomfield is also relieved to finally be recognized by campus folk for the correct game. "People know I play football now," he explains. "I used to get track all the time!"

People indeed do know that Corey Broomfield can play some football. Very well, too. So much so that this sophomore will go into Mississippi State fall camp as the first-team right cornerback. Not, Broomfield adds, that he is taking anything at all for granted about such summer status. Ditto for just about the entire Bulldog defensive secondary, for that matter. "Everybody right now feels we have... Recommended Stories

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