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Former USC football star Joe McKnight shot to death in New Orleans

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Friday, 2 December 2016 ()

Joe McKnight was a high school football legend who entered powerhouse USC in 2007 hyped as "the next Reggie Bush" — a reference to the Trojans running back who won the Heisman Trophy just two years prior. 

McKnight's life ended in violence this Thursday when he was shot to death after an argument at an intersection in the...
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According to local media on Thursday, former NFL player Joe McKnight was shot and killed near the city of New Orleans in his native state of Louisiana. The Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office said in a statement that the shooting occurred around 3 PM at a traffic intersection. Soon after the incident,...

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