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No Holds Bar-red

No Holds Bar-red

How do you extend a scholarship offer to a Texas-bred Israeli? Not in any way that could possibly be deemed conventional, that's how.

In Hebrew, Bar means wild. While it's not the perfect description for West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade offensive tackle Bar Milo, who's going to argue with a 6-foot-6, 305-pound Texas-bred Israeli? Born in Houston to two Israeli parents, Milo's story is about as untraditional as one can get. His parents -- born in northern Israel, as was his brother -- had no concept of college sports before coming...

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