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Norfolk's Howard next in line at tight end for UMass - The Sun Chronicle : Local Sports

Norfolk's Howard next in line at tight end for UMass

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Posted: Sunday, August 31, 2014 12:30 am | Updated: 1:03 am, Sun Aug 31, 2014.

FOXBORO - His face wore the displeasure you might expect of a UMass player after Saturday's beating at the hands of Boston College. But, for what the day did not grant redshirt junior Brandon Howard, it also found a reward.

The tight end from Norfolk, a King Philip Regional High graduate, caught a pass in the right flat on the first offensive play of the season for the Minutemen. While it ended up being his only target, it was a symbolic passing of the torch.

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