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Former Harrison Player Puts Pain Behind Him
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Former Harrison Player Puts Pain Behind Him

ACWORTH, Ga. - The road from high school football in Cobb County to Presbyterian College in South Carolina was anything but smooth for Curry Glass.

The battle on the field against defensive linemen was the easy part for the offensive tackle.  The fight against scoliosis, a disease that produces an "s" curve in the spine was the hard part.  At one point, Glass had two metal rods about one and a half times as long as a number two pencil inserted in his back.

He then got to work with long time trainer and mentor Mike Klinefelter at The Speed School in Acworth trying to rebuild his core and get back to full strength.  He played with the rods in his back his junior year.

But after an infection developed, the rods had to be removed.  So he had to work his way back again.  Now, he's at Presbyterian after a successful senior season at Harrison.  Back to the "easy" part, back to dealing with defensive linemen instead of doctors.

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