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Shocking the Naysayers: Trevor Scott Vies for Starting Spot

It looked like Trevor Scott was playing the wrong position for an offense that couldn't score, on a team that never experienced success on the Division-I level.

During his sophomore year in 2005 at the University at Buffalo, Scott was a reserve tight end struggling to get onto the field. The Bulls' offense averaged just 10 points a game that season and hobbled towards a disappointing 1-11 record.

Scott's football future looked bleek when he sustained a back injury against Ohio during the lackluster campaign. The injury knocked Scott out for the remainder of the year and sent him on a difficult path toward recovery.

Four years later, the Potsdam, NY native is fully recovered and displaying a relentless and energetic attitude that might reward him with a starting ro...

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