Taking 'Family' Literally
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OCTOBER 5, 2023 | written by STEVE ULRICH
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1. Taking ‘Family’ Literally
by Joe Sager, D3sports.com
“Most football teams consider themselves a family.
At Tufts, it’s especially true.
The Jumbos (2-1) have four sets of siblings on their roster and all play a part on Saturdays.
“It’s pretty awesome,” Tufts coach Jay Civetti said. “I don’t know that something like that has ever happened on one team before.”
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