Marcus Lattimore announced on Wednesday that he will retire from Football.
Jeff Blake-USA TODAY Sports
Former South Carolina running back Marcus Lattimore announced on Wednesday that he will retire from Football at the age of 23. Lattimore announced the news himself on Twitter:
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Lattimore said he will return to South Carolina, where he majored in public health, to complete his degree. South Carolina football coach Steve Spurrier said Lattimore will always have a place at the university.

Spurrier said he, athletic director Ray Tanner or university president Harris Pastides could find a position for Lattimore after football. The coach says Lattimore was among South Carolina's most popular and well-respected players ever.
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theknightswhosay115 months
I'm a fan of his. I wish him well. Football is a hazardous occupation, so it might be for the best in the long run.
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InThroughTheOutDore115 months
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Displaced115 months
thats a shame, i would have loved to see what he could do.
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