INDIANAPOLIS | Ryan Grigson looked physically spent, like back in those days as a Purdue lineman coming off the field after a tough series.
Highland grad Ryan Grigson won the lottery this week and never purchased a ticket.
Ryan Grigson has never had it easy. The 1990 Highland grad and former Purdue lineman had been called a "coach on the field" since he began playing competitively because of his ability to break down the game and judge its personnel.
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