Michigan School for the Deaf has football team after 25-year hiatus

09/17/2009 | WEYI-TV (Clio, Mich.)

For the first time since 1984, the Michigan School for the Deaf has a football team on the field. Although eight-on-eight football is not officially sanctioned by the Michigan High School Athletic Association, the school's staff and students are excited about the opportunity. "We've got a football team, I'm excited, I'm thrilled. This is my turn to play football," said sophomore quarterback Brandon Locke.

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