Thursday, September 14, 2006
Every four hours this past weekend, Clemson defensive back Ray Ray McElrathbey would call and check in with his 11-year-old brother Fahmarr. But there was no need for McElrathbey, who has temporary custody of his brother because of his mother’s continuing drug problems and his father’s gambling addiction, to be concerned.
When McElrathbey and his Clemson teammates visit Florida State in Tallahassee this Saturday night, he will not have to worry about his little brother because his little brother might be with him or with one of the coaches’ family now that the NCAA will allow the Clemson staff to provide assistance in taking care of Fahmarr.
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