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ESPN's New "30 For 30" Film Tells Dual Narrative Of Clarett, Tressel
Published December 13, 2013
The TOLEDO BLADE's David Briggs writes the two-hour film "offers a gripping look at two local stars," but some "deceptive editing threatens to undermine the credibility of the work." The CANTON REPOSITORY's Todd Porter writes viewers "will come away with an appreciation" for what Clarett and Tressel "went through to change the running back from the tough streets of Youngstown."