Kendall helps keep Pitt cohesive
PITTSBURGH -- Maybe Levon Kendall is just smarter than most.
Maybe that's why he figured out how to get ahead financially in college, like having his parents help him buy a rundown house for about $30,000 in a bankruptcy sale when he arrived at Pitt in 2002. And now, some $60,000 to $70,000 later in renovations, the house, just a few streets away from the Petersen Center, is ready to be sold after he graduates for a likely profit.
Maybe that's why preseason Big East player of the ...
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