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Dogs accompany Michigan State player on Senior Day after death of parents
Cornerback Josh Butler brought his dogs, Roxy and Remi, onto the football field on Nov. 30 in East Lansing, Mich. The dogs have helped him cope with the death of his parents, who died 18 months apart.
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