‘Lack of leadership’ led to Kansas college football player’s death: report
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A 19-year-old Kansas college football player died of heatstroke after his team’s first practice of the season in 2018 because of “a striking lack of leadership,” according to a new report following an independent investigation. Braeden Bradforth, a 315-pound defensive lineman for the Garden City Community College, was found unconscious outside his dorm building after

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