Former lineman Turley now slings guitar

Originally Published: September 30, 2010
By Mary Buckheit | Special to ESPN.com

Football players are rarely compared to great American novelists; especially football players minted at State who emerged with long hair and sleeves of tattoos.

But consider the names F. Scott Fitzgerald, Harper Lee, Joseph Heller and William Golding and observe how quickly each name triggers exactly one singular exposition from each individual's body of work.

In that way, Kyle Turley's ubiquitously known helmet hurl of 2001 is the Catch-22 in the life of a thoroughly ...

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