When this hyphenated Highlander was indefinitely suspended in February for a violation of team rules (specifically, the "don't smoke dope" one), the 2004-05 Radford season went with him - they went 2-5 after that. "I've worked harder this summer than I've ever worked," he told the Roanoke Times
last month. "And I've taken it more seriously, with the situation that happened. I was just ready to get back on the court."And he's making the most of his second chance, Holcomb-Faye is - he's been Radford's leading scorer in five of their seven games so far (24.0 PPG in 38.0 MPG), including the 34-point outburst that led the entire Mid-Majority last night. And I think you can rest assured that he's truly cleaned up his act - as anyone who's ever stepped on the court knows, you can't play at this level of intensity if you've been bangin' on the bong.
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