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, who spent nearly four decades at the Chicago Sun-Times, 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 is the author of Victory March, a book about Notre Dame’s 1988 national championship, and has written for many sports outlets, including, Lindy’s football and basketball annuals, Chicagoland Golf and many other golf publications.

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