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Senior Bowl Q&A: FSU S Myron Rolle

Safety Myron Rolle is one of the more fascinating studies at the Senior Bowl. He embodies the place where academics meet athletics after finishing his degree at Florida State early and taking a Rhodes Scholarship to study at Oxford University in England. While he prepares a 10,000-word thesis (interesting subject matter) he is trying to prove he still has a love for football and NFL talent.

Q: How much were you able to keep up with the game at Florida State and otherwise when you were at Oxford? A: I kept up with Florida State every game, even if I had to stay up until 3 a.m. in England's time. I watched it on the computer. Sometimes the games hurt. I was disappointed to see some of the things we did on the field this year, especially with Mick Andrews leaving. That was a sour... Recommended Stories

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With the 207th (6th round) in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Tennessee Titans select Myron Rolle, defensive…


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