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Former Maryland football player Jon Condo sets up game-winning score for Oakland Raiders

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The former Terrapins long-snapper recovered a muffed punt and separated his shoulder in the process.

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Football

Jon Condo recovers fumble, separates shoulder in process
The former Maryland football player,
who played for the Terps from 2000-2004, recovered a muffed punt that set up the game-winning score for the Oakland Raiders on Sunday. While in the pile, he separated his shoulder, but held onto the ball. But because he was injured, Raiders coach Jack Del Rio decided to go for two after Oakland scored, since Condo, his long-snapper, was in the locker room having his shoulder popped back into place.

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