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Mason Speaks Out

Mason Speaks Out

For the first time since his life-threatening spinal cord injury in June, Wisconsin wide receiver Henry Mason spoke for the first time about the tramatic incident and the long road back. (Full audio included)

MADISON - It's not often a coach makes it his goal to talk to the media, especially after a tough loss. University of Wisconsin receivers coach Henry Mason didn't want to talk to the media about his tragic loss until he could walk into the interview room by himself without the assistance of a walker, wheelchair or power chair. All Mason wanted to do was to sit down and talk about life and football... Recommended Stories

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