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Bulldogs back home: Young, Davidson, Euell give back to community

June 4, 2013

Former Mississippi State defensive lineman Robert Young holds up a picture of himself during his National Football League playing days with the Rams as a demonstration on Tuesday at the Robinson Football/Life Skills camp. (Photo by Kim Murrell, SDN)

Football and life are the hot topics at the Starkville Sportsplex this week.
Sleepy Robinson, a former Mississippi State University quarterback, and some of his friends have been spending their time hosting a football skills and life camp at the complex.
Joining Robinson in his efforts on the defensive side were a trio of former Bulldogs including defensive backs Charlie Davidson (1991-94) and Bernard Euell (1992-95) as well as defensive lineman Robert Young (1987-91). Though all have since moved away from Starkville, each one was more than willing to come back and help out the community that meant so much to them.

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