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U-M's Kelvin Grady Featured On ESPN's 'College GameDay'

After spurning Ann Arbor for South Carolina three weeks ago, ESPN's College GameDay will make up for the snub this week. Sort of.

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Michigan receiver Kelvin Grady will be featured in a segment about social networking on the popular college football pre-game show Saturday.

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He was asked by ESPN to be part of a segment on players' Twitter accounts, and he gladly accepted. Wearing a blue shirt and jeans, Grady was filmed walking in front of Michigan Stadium, tweeting from his @Mr_KelGrady19 account on his phone.

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"It was fun," Grady said later. "It was about Twitter, social networking, how I felt about it, how I use it."

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Michigan football players Roy Roundtree, Darryl Stonum, Troy Woolfolk and Denard Robinson are also members of the social networking tool. Several college teams have banned its players from using Twitter, including Miami (FL) and North Carolina.

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GameDay turned down a chance to come to Ann Arbor when Michigan and Michigan State met a few weeks ago, so it'll be nice to see a little home flavor on the show, even if it's not broadcasting from Michigan.

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