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Harrow On Illness, Being Back With Brothers

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 11/26/2012 6:13 pm
After being absent from team activities for a few weeks, Ryan Harrow participated in both of the basketball Cats' practices on Sunday.

Coach Cal liked how much his sophomore guard smiled and took that as a good sign things are back on track for Harrow.

An unknown illness sidelined the NC State transfer who sat out last season.  Once Harrow began feeling better, he had to deal with a family issue over the Thanksgiving holiday.

Now, 7 pounds lighter and sans his signature flat-top haircut, Harrow is speaking out about what ailed him and how much he's enjoying being back with his brothers at the Joe Craft Center.
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