Father, Son Hit Court as College Basketball Teammates

Paul Ruter, 55, returned to college with his son after dropping out of school 30 years ago.
3:00 | 01/07/14

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Sometimes it is better late than never and that includes going back to school. With your son this. Is the MAS college basketball team in Minnesota and this man here with a few gray hairs. It's -- the coach is one of the players. Paul Ruder a 55 years old with five grandchildren. Is on the team. Three decades ago he actually enrolled at the school and played -- dropped out after one -- take care of his family farm. When his youngest son Caleb chose to attend -- -- guess that. Decided to go with them and finish his degree how it had a -- -- -- -- in this means the same campus and classes and yup. The same basketball team. -- they were younger murder doesn't mind. Notice. And it will be for -- time. The -- is a sophomore and all -- as a junior.

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