Cary News: Sports

July 26, 2014 12:00 AM

Minnesota AD Norwood Teague learned at Athens Drive

University of Minnesota athletics director Norwood Teague knew he wanted a career in athletics back in 1984 when he was starting quarterback at Athens Drive High. Others might dream of cashing pay checks as professional players, but Teague was more realistic about his chances.

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