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Memphis receiver Ivory ‘got to always have energy’ to set example as new leader

By , Daily Memphian Updated: March 30, 2022 11:37 AM CT | Published: March 30, 2022 11:37 AM CT

Tigers wide receiver Javon Ivory said the transition into a veteran role model can be a rollercoaster.

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Frank Bonner II

Frank Bonner II

Frank Bonner originally is from Indiana but comes to Memphis by way of Tulsa, Oklahoma. He spent the past two years writing for the Tulsa World covering Oklahoma State University athletics. He credits his early writing experience to his days as a high school sports reporter for the Republic Newspaper in Columbus, Indiana, and various internships, including at the NCAA and USA Basketball. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in journalism from Indiana University and his Master’s degree in Sports Journalism from IUPUI in Indianapolis.


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