Sometimes giving up a dream is a must. Nebraska quarterback Kody Spano confirmed with Fox Sports on…
It wouldn't have been hard to understand if Kody Spano let two serious knee injuries end his college career. It very easily could have been a story of a medical hardship, finish up on your degree and giving it the ol' college try. Not Kody Spano. How a person bounces back from one serious injury tells you a lot about their character. How they come back from a second tells you about their determination. It would have been so easy to quit. And even then, it seemed like Spano could be the odd man out and his determination would have been moot. Kody was the guy that wasn't in the spotlight or was at the least overshadowed by players that had more recruiting stars, more hype, were more quotable and at the very least, less injured. But Spano has that Rocky-like quality. He'll take what you want to throw at him on the chin and come right back. There is something that needs to be said about that in a person's character. That "pack a lunch" type of quality really is what did players...
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