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On September 24, 2010, Maurice Clarett played in his first football game in over seven and a half years – for the Omaha Nighthawks of the UFL. He returned one kickoff for 13 yards. The last time he had carried a football in an organized game, Clarett scored the game-winning touchdown in Ohio State’s upset victory over Miami in the 2003 Fiesta Bowl. Since then, Clarett was suspended for lying to NCAA investigators, lost a lawsuit against the NFL, was drafted and cut by the Denver Broncos, and accused of robbing two people at gunpoint in an alley. Now, at 26, after spending three and a half years in prison, Clarett has returned to the gridiron and is once again taking classes at Ohio State. In an E:60 exclusive, Maurice Clarett sits down with reporter Rachel Nichols and speaks in-depth for the first time on television about his mistakes, his abuse of alcohol, his downward spiral, and his quest to fix his life.

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