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[JULY 8, 2004]
NORMAL -- With the
start of fall camp a month away, the Illinois State football team
will head into the practice session without sophomore safety Cavari
Dailey and junior quarterback Jordan Borowicz.
Dailey, who played in 11 games with
nine starts as a rover, is departing Illinois State for personal
reasons. Dailey finished the 2003 campaign with 62 tackles,
including nine for loss, in his first season at Illinois State,
after transferring from Auburn.
Borowicz transferred to Illinois State
from Santa Rosa Junior College and participated with the Redbirds in
spring camp. Before arriving in Normal, Borowicz suffered a chronic
shoulder injury in his throwing arm, which hampered him during the
spring season and forced him into early retirement.
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"Although each is a different
circumstance, I would like to wish both Cavari and Jordan the best
of luck in their future endeavors," head coach Denver Johnson said.
open fall camp on Aug. 7 to begin preparation for the season opener
against Saint Xavier on Sept. 2 at Hancock Stadium.
[Todd Kober, director of
athletics media relations,