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After his best friend was slain, Bisons' star recruit races to city

University of Manitoba Bisons head coach Brian Dobie (left) says Jamel Lyles is one of the two best running backs in Canada. Both are excited to see what his Bisons future holds.

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University of Manitoba Bisons head coach Brian Dobie (left) says Jamel Lyles is one of the two best running backs in Canada. Both are excited to see what his Bisons future holds.

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Updated on Wednesday, February 4, 2015 at 5:31 AM CST: Changes headline, replaces photo

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