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Arizona Woman Is Hailed As First Female To Earn A College Football Scholarship

Becca Longo, 18, says she wasn't aware she might be making history when she accepted a scholarship from Adams State University in Colorado.

Becca Longo won't be the first female kicker in college football, but she's believed to be the first to earn a scholarship in Division I or II, after Longo, 18, signed a letter of intent to play for Adams State University in Colorado next year.

Longo says she wasn't

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