From prison sentence to exclamation point

When Trulon Henry came up with two interceptions for Illinois against Ohio State, he took another step in a remarkable journey.  After spending four years in prison for armed robbery, Hentry, the older brother of Tampa Bay Bucs receiver Arrelious Benn, has made a life for himself. Here’s the story of this 26-year-old father, who has become a model citizen after a shaky start.,CST-SPT-herb06.article

TOPICS: Football

ABOUT: Herb Gould

Herb Gould's historical novel, `The Run Don't Count: The Life and Times of Frank Chance and His 1908 Chicago Cubs,' was published recently. A longtime Chicago Sun-Times sportswriter, Herb is a co-founder of, an in-depth and off-beat national college football website, along with Chris Dufresne (LA Times), Mark Blaudschun (Boston Globe) and Tony Barnhart (Atlanta Journal-Constitution). He remains a contributor of golf and college-sports commentary at the Sun-Times. Herb also is the author of Victory March, an account of Notre Dame’s 1988 national championship, and has written for many sports outlets, including, Lindy’s football and basketball annuals, Chicagoland Golf and other golf publications.

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