Cris Carter took his son Duron Carter out of Ohio State and enrolled him at Coffeyville Community College in southeastern Kansas this week. The trip alone, Cris Carter said, was a solid teaching point. “Getting off the plane in Tulsa, and driving up to and living in Coffeyville? That is no trip to South Beach,” he said. He picked Coffeyville for that reason. His son, blessed with many of the exceptional football skills that helped make his father one the elite receivers the game has seen, had a poor first year academically at Ohio State. From being declared ineligible for the Rose Bowl, to struggling to stay in school because of an undisciplined approach to academics, it was time for a change, said Cris Carter, who added that Coffeyville specializes in helping the athlete who has trouble in the classroom. “I and Duron’s mother want nothing more than any

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