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Kevin Jurovich talks about the road back

San Jose State wide senior receiver Kevin Jurovich went down last season after two games with a serious case of mononucleosis. Inside Sparta talks to Kevin, his father, and his coaches about the illness, his recovery, and the road ahead.

Mononucleosis is an infectious, viral disease commonly associated with young boys and girls locking lips and swapping spit. While the "kissing disease" is sometimes given a humorous aura, mono is a very serious illness. San Jose State wide receiver Kevin Jurovich was stricken with the sickness two games into the 2008 football season. The virus embedded in his body kept the 6-foot-0, 190-pound...

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