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Gosea's long journey paying off

URBANA, Ill. - The Illinois men's tennis team will be the No. 2 seed in the Big Ten Tournament this weekend, and their success this season has been thanks in large part to junior Farris Gosea. Gosea hasn't lost a Big Ten singles match all year. His recruitment to Illinois was anything but ordinary, and WCIA 3's Matt Wettersten has more on the leap of faith it took to get him to the U of I.
URBANA, Ill. - The Illinois men's tennis team will be the No. 2 seed in the Big Ten Tournament this weekend, and their success this season has been thanks in large part to junior Farris Gosea.  Gosea hasn't lost a Big Ten singles match all year.  His recruitment to Illinois was anything but ordinary, and WCIA 3's Matt Wettersten has more on the leap of faith it took to get him to the U of I.
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