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Against All Odds

Against All Odds

Rupturing his Achilles' tendon before the season even began, fifth-year linebacker James Kamoku was told that his final season as a Badger would be spent on the sideline. Four months later, Kamoku proves them all wrong.

TAMPA, Fla. - James Kamoku doesn't like to listen to doctors. After sustaining a torn Achilles injury in fall practice, the UW linebacker and special teams player was told he would miss the remainder of the season — his last as he is a fifth-year senior. While Kamoku eventually accepted the fact that he would be out for the year, he didn't like it. So despite being told he wouldn't see the...

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