A four-year starter at offensive tackle for Indiana University, Elkhart’s Jason Spriggs put in the time once he figured out football was going to be his go-to sport.

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Jason Spriggs, an IU senior and Concord High School graduate, has his head on straight as he gets ready for the Hoosiers’ season opener Friday.

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