Purdue All-American Caleb Swanigan dies at 25

We listened to the story over and over again. We heard it whenever the Purdue B-Ball was played between the longer stretches of 2015 and 2017. What's more, it was fine, because it was a good story

It was the story of a young fellow who experienced childhood in a troubled environment that involved moving between a destitute hideaway, Utah and Indiana, a mother with six children and a father giving her all. who had succumbed to chronic drug use

It was the story of a young fellow who cherished an especially sweet, cheesecake, which apparently included food to comfort himself in these horrific circumstances

He finally reached 360 pounds before setting foot in secondary school. At that time though, something changed

Caleb Swanigan was only 13 when previous Purdue football player Roosevelt Barnes, at the behest of Caleb's more established siblings, encouraged him, eventually hugged him, and took him to live in Fort Wayne, Indiana

Barnes understood what it took to be successful both on and off the field and wanted to apply that drive to young Caleb

Unlike his embracing father but football was not a sport for Swanigan. No, his game was b-ball

Despite being 300+ pounds, he had something in his game. Something that saw Barnes admit he could replace Swanigan

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