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When that time comes, Manning predicts, "He'll be coaching at Carl Hayden. Passing on that knowledge."
"No, I don't think so," says Brown. "I'll leave that for Rhymes."
Rhymes' job is safe for now, because Brown has no plans on leaving just yet. He thinks he can do some damage in this league, the way he lit up the opposition in high school. Until then, he patiently awaits the day when the ball is in his hands when the game is on the line. When the reporters are asking him about the game winner. And he's the superstar again.
Even if it happens, it won't change him. He'll still probably be one phone call away from having to mop his parents' floor.
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