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"I Believe I'll Make It"

Fayetteville (NC) Douglas Byrd lineman Doug Palmer was selected to play in the 2005 East-West All-Star Game.

However, the NC State coaches suggested that the Wolfpack signee not play and risk an injury, and Palmer agreed with them that it would be best if he didn't play in the all-star game. "The coaches told me to not play in that game," Doug Palmer told Pack Pride. "I wanted to play in it, but I'm suppose to be up in summer school around then, and it just wouldn't work out. Plus, I don't want to get...

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