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    Randy Walker dead at 52 of heart attack. Wow.


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    Shocking...Horrible.

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    i cant believe it! just last week tsn had an article on how randy walker was the best coach in the big ten.this is truly sad news for college football : ( its too bad that he was just getting the recognition he desreved when this traggic event happened. my thoughts and prayers go out to his friends and family.the world has lost one of its great ones.



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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(clonerules &#064; 06&#045;30&#045;06 3&#58;02 pm) Quoted post</div><div class='quotemain'> i cant believe it&#33; just last week tsn had an article on how randy walker was the best coach in the big ten.this is truly sad news for college football : ( its too bad that he was just getting the recognition he desreved when this traggic event happened. my thoughts and prayers go out to his friends and family.the world has lost one of its great ones.

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    Agreed...he was becoming one of the best coaches in college football, i would have liked to see what he could have done with northwestern. I pray for his family and the northwestern family.


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    may he rest in piece



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