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Aquinas High School senior John Douglas, 17, hugs his father, Pat, after signing a letter of intent to play football at Auburn University. His mother, Maggie, also was there. He is the first Aquinas player to go to a Division I-A school since 1973.  Annette M. Drowlette/Staff
Annette M. Drowlette/Staff
Aquinas High School senior John Douglas, 17, hugs his father, Pat, after signing a letter of intent to play football at Auburn University. His mother, Maggie, also was there. He is the first Aquinas player to go to a Division I-A school since 1973.
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Augustan 02/08/07 - 09:59 am
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Good luck John, do the

Good luck John, do the Fightin Irish proud!

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isitme 02/08/07 - 02:48 pm
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John, you make us all proud!

John, you make us all proud! Hope you can keep some "Irish spirit" over at Auburn! Don't forget your old friends when you become a BIG star! Best of luck!

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