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A Michigan football player gave his Michigan State positional counterpart a strong advertisement, and words of support in pursuit of a major award.

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Bryce Baringer is a finalist for the Ray Guy award, given to the nation’s top college football punter. Baringer has made a strong push to win the award.

Michigan punter Brad Robbins took to Twitter to voice his support of Baringer, stating how good of a story Baringer’s career is and that fans should vote for him.

“For those of you who don’t know Bryce Baringer, I’d read his story and vote for him, true inspiration to young guys everywhere! This man OWNS adversity!”

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