Gaines Adams' quiet humility remembered at funeral

Gaines Adams' quiet humility remembered at funeral

Easley : SC : USA | Jan 21, 2010 at 5:15 PM PST
Source: Charlotte Observer Online
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Defensive end Gaines Adams was remembered for his enormous talent, quiet humility and an amazing smile that drew people to him throughout his football career. "They all talked about that smile," Tommy Bowden, Adams' college coach at Clemson, recalled Friday. FULL ARTICLE AT Charlotte Observer Online
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