Former Marine Appeals NCAA Ban From Football

Recreational football played during service may keep Steven Rhodes sidelined for one year at MTSU.
0:32 | 08/19/13

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He fought for country and the core but he won't get to play football and college Stephen Rhodes put his life on the line during his five years of military service. But when he tried to play football for Middle Tennessee State University. He was stopped by the NCAA. Rhodes was denied a blue raiders Jersey because the NCAA says he played organized football in the military. Rhodes did play with a uniform -- the games had -- but the former marine says it was intramural and not highly organized. Rhodes is appealing the decision.

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