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Football is a family affair

Tucson, AZ (KOLD) - When the Arizona defensive backs were watching tape on the Lobos WR core, there likely wasn't much familiarity with that group. That is unless you're Will Parks, he knows Delane Hart-Johnson's entire football history, it's his little brother.

All the time leading up to kickoff has provided ample time for the brothers to text, facetime, and call each other to do what else... talk a little trash. What makes it even more special for the brothers who played together in little league, is that they will share the field for brother Will's final game as Wildcat.

On Saturday not only will they get a chance to possibly collide, but also a chance to potentially deny the other a shot at a game breaking play.

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