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  1. Michigan freshman defensive tackle Bryan Mone has taken on the responsibility of caring for his older brother, Filimone. (Daniel Mears / Detroit News)

    Michigan freshman Bryan Mone meets challenges of family responsibilities

    Bryan Mone had to grow up faster than most kids his age. His older brother, Filimone, seven years his senior, is unable to feed or take care of himself. Bryan Mone, now 18 and a freshman football player at Michigan, was a sixth-grader when he began to take much of the responsibility for caring for his brother.

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