Family, coaches of Oxford shooting victim Tate Myre are honorary captains at Big Ten title game

Family, coaches of Oxford shooting victim Tate Myre are honorary captains at Big Ten title game

The Big Ten honored the memory of former Oxford High student Tate Myre during the coin toss for its championship game in Indianapolis.
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