“The first two games, I didn’t really feel it,” said MU defensive end Charles Harris, “but once it was Georgia, I just felt more comfortable.”
“The first two games, I didn’t really feel it,” said MU defensive end Charles Harris, “but once it was Georgia, I just felt more comfortable.” Jeff Roberson The Associated Press
“The first two games, I didn’t really feel it,” said MU defensive end Charles Harris, “but once it was Georgia, I just felt more comfortable.” Jeff Roberson The Associated Press

Defensive end Charles Harris’ three-sack game reinvigorates ‘D-Line Zou’

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