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Quote:Senior Mike Cox plays his final season this fall as Georgia Tech's starting fullback, but another Cox might be on hand to replace him in 2008.

Luke Cox, Mike's brother, is transferring to Tech from Connecticut, where he was listed as a co-starter at fullback entering spring practice. Luke redshirted last season at UConn and will have three years of eligibility left after sitting out this fall at Tech, Mike Cox said.

Luke Cox, 6 feet, 245 pounds, returned home Tuesday from a visit to Tech.

"He was my fullback when I was a tailback [at Red Land High School in Lewisberry, Pa.]," Mike Cox said.

Luke got to play tailback as a high school junior and senior, with another Cox, Matt, at fullback. Matt will be a freshman this fall at Bloomsburg State.
06-19-2007 05:04 PM
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RE: Younger Cox coming to the Flats
Now that we have multiple Cox and a Johnson, we need some Balls that don't suck to complete the package.
06-24-2007 01:45 AM
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