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  • Video: Beware of Jesuit running back Beau Bisharat

    Beau Bisharat is the engine that propels Jesuit’s “Big Red” machine. The three-year starter is headed to Stanford on his academic and athletic merit. He’s a polite and thoughtful young man, contrary to his brutish behavior on the field.

Beau Bisharat is the engine that propels Jesuit’s “Big Red” machine. The three-year starter is headed to Stanford on his academic and athletic merit. He’s a polite and thoughtful young man, contrary to his brutish behavior on the field. Andrew Seng The Sacramento Bee.
Beau Bisharat is the engine that propels Jesuit’s “Big Red” machine. The three-year starter is headed to Stanford on his academic and athletic merit. He’s a polite and thoughtful young man, contrary to his brutish behavior on the field. Andrew Seng The Sacramento Bee.
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Beware of Beau: Jesuit running back Bisharat runs angry, has a good heart

September 09, 2015 5:48 PM

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