Oak Cliff’s Sergio Kindle to play at Cotton Bowl Saturday

ESPN columnist Tim MacMahon today juxtaposes the college careers of Sergio Kindle and DeMarcus Granger, both seniors from Oak Cliff whose teams clash at the AT&T Red River Rivalry Saturday. Kindle, who graduated in 2006 from Woodrow Wilson High School in East Dallas, is expected to be a first-round pick in the NFL draft next year. The linebacker/defensive end plays in his last Texas/OU game Saturday.

Granger, who graduated from Kimball High School, is a senior defensive tackle for the University of Oklahoma, but he is recovering from back surgery and won’t suit up Saturday.

Read the column here.


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