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Zero tolerance for Dyer

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 The University of Louisville is taking no chances on the newest member of it's football team.
  Former Arkansas State and Auburn running back Michael Dyer must sign a behavior contract and be subject to a zero-tolerance policy as conditions of joining the program.
 Dyer rushed for more than 1,000 yards in each of his two seasons at Auburn but was dismissed and transferred to Arkansas State, where he never played after a traffic stop for speeding also revealed a gun and drugs in his car.
 Cardinals coach Charlie Strong says he believes people deserve second chances, adding that he can't change Dyer's past, but hopes to help build on his future.

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