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Senior Spotlight: Get to know Bison defensive tackle Grant Morgan

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Q: If you could have one super power, what would it be?

A: I would probably have to say flying. That's something that I've always wanted to do. Airplanes really intrigue. But that's something that I would love to do if I had a super power.

Q: What is the most embarrassing song on your phone or iPod?

A: Oh man ... I don't know if I have one. That's a tough question. Probably 'She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy."

Q: Where do you see yourself in five years?

A: Most likely working for 'Fellowship of Christian Athletes' here in Fargo-Moorhead. Working with local high schools and with athletes at the college level as well. And probably having a couple of kids ... I have one on the way in December. Being a dad and working full time.

Q: Who is your hero?

A: Probably would have to be my dad. He is guy who is such a selfless person. He has really just led our family well, and set a great example for me as a man. Loves the Lord, loves my mom and loves us kids. Just a guy I look up to a lot.

Q: What is one thing people don't know about you?

A: I was actually born here in Fargo but I'm not actually from here. My parents moved up here for a year for work, had me and then they moved back down to Kansas City. And then somehow, through a couple moves, I moved back here for college.

Q: What does being a Bison mean to you?

A: That's such a great question. It means a lot to me. The opportunity to be with such a great group of guys on a daily basis for the last 4½ years. Just being with guys from all different states across the country. Coming together and working for a common goal. Grinding with each other, sweating with each other. It's just been a tremendous experience. It means a lot to me just because of the discipline and the work ethic that it has taught me.

Kevin Schnepf
Kevin Schnepf is the sports editor for The Forum. He has been working at The Forum since 1986.
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