13 New England students named Rhodes Scholars

Of the 32 American students named 2015 Rhodes Scholars, at least 13 have New England ties, including two from Harvard and three from MIT.

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Lions running back Joique Bell tangled with Brandon Browner.

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LeGarrette Blount scored in the first half.

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Tim Wright caught a touchdown pass in the second quarter.

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Tom Brady took to the air early in the game.

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Matthew Stafford was pressured by Zach Moore.

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Matthew Stafford looked for a receiver.

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LeGarrette Blount was ready to play.

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Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh.

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Chang Ly and his wife, Van Hua, at the Dorchester Avenue store they own, D&D Convenience.

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It’s a Cosby world we live in

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The newly renovated teen center’s common area.

New teen center opens in Mattapan

The center includes homework space, a kitchen, technology room, music studio, and a performing arts area.