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Lawton’s Own Grady Brewer Announces 2nd Boxing Exhibition in Lawton

There is no shortage when it comes to professional athletes that call Lawton, Oklahoma their home. Will Shields, a Lawton High School Alumni, played professional football for Kansas City Chiefs, from 1993 to 2006, and continues to serve the community that developed his love and knowledge of the game by hosting "Will to Succeed" football camps each year here in Lawton.
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IN MEMORIAM: End of an era at Morehouse College. Grady Brewer passes away at 63

Morehouse College long-time head basketball coach Grady L. Brewer passed away Saturday, May 29. Brewer, 63, was a member of the Morehouse Class of 1980, a former Maroon Tigers basketball standout, and the head coach for the past 21 years. Including his 13 years as an assistant coach, Brewer’s career will go down as one of the most successful in Historically Black College and University history.
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Morehouse Basketball Coach Grady Brewer Dies At 63

Morehouse men’s basketball coach Grady Brewer has reportedly passed away. He was 63. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the HBCU announced the news on Sunday (May 30) after Brewer’s death on Saturday due to an unspecified illness. Brewer, who also graduated from the school, served as the Maroon Tigers head...
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Everybody Knew “Brew” – Morehouse College Hoop Coach Grady Brewer Transitions

Once more in one month, the grim reaper has visited the hallowed campus of Atlanta’s Morehouse College. On May 7, political science guru Dr. Tobe Johnson (class of 1954) graduated to his heavenly reward. And now, 22 days later, Friday, May 29, 21-year basketball head coaching legend Grady Lewis Brewer earned his wings following an undisclosed illness. He was 63.
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Morehouse basketball coach Grady Brewer dies

Morehouse men’s basketball coach Grady Brewer, a 1980 graduate of the Atlanta HBCU, died Saturday following an illness, the school announced Sunday. He was 63. Brewer served as the Maroon Tigers head coach for 21 years, compiling a career record of 315-241 — second only to former head coach Arthur McAfee. Brewer guided Morehouse to seven 20-win seasons, seven SIAC regular season championships, an SIAC tournament championship and three NCAA tournament appearances.
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End of an era at Morehouse College: Grady Brewer passes away at 63

Morehouse College long-time head basketball coach Grady L. Brewer passed away Saturday, May 29. Brewer, 63, was a member of the Morehouse Class of 1980, a former Maroon Tigers basketball standout, and the head coach for the past 21 years. Including his 13 years as an assistant coach, Brewer’s career will go down as one of the most successful in Historically Black College and University history.
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Morehouse College men's basketball coach Grady Brewer dies at age 63

Morehouse College head men's basketball coach Grady Brewer, a 1980 graduate and former player and longtime assistant coach at the Atlanta school, died Saturday following an illness, the school announced Sunday. He was 63. "The past several decades can only justly be described as the Grady Brewer era at Morehouse,"...
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