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Tri-State Player Award
Tri-State Player of the Year
Less than five minutes were all that separated Rutgers LB Khaseem Greene from the completion of another successful season. And then misfortune struck in the waning moments of the 2011 Pinstripe Bowl. As Greene exploded through the Iowa State line, a scene familiar to the opposition, he planted awkwardly on the Yankee Stadium grass and snapped a bone just above his right ankle. It was one of those gruesome injuries that can make a stomach sick … and a once-promising career derail.
In an instant, Greene’s offseason plans were altered, his future in football uncertain. Topping the to-do list would be a seven-month rehab that included lots of leaning on crutches, teammates and family for support. This injury was a major setback, to be sure. But this was no ordinary student-athlete. Greene has been staring down adversity throughout his life, whipping tall odds as if they were lumbering offensive linemen.
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