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  • Opening Drive episode 5: Changing colors

    In our seven-part series, the Herald-Leader followed the first year of Frederick Douglass football from summer workouts to its final game. In this episode, you get a more personal look at two Broncos, Jefferson Harkless and Dayton LeBlanc, who have each played at multiple high schools.