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“The Bo-Keys were formed in 1998, when Memphis bassist Scott Bomar, 24 years old at the time, was asked to put together a backup band for singer-songwriter Mack Rice "Mustang Sally".”
“Instead of turning to college buddies, Mr. Bomar reached into his mother's record collection.”
“While teaching at the Stax Music Academy in Memphis—a program that mentors at-risk youth—Mr. Bomar met guitarist Charles "Skip" Pitts, who had played on recordings by Rufus Thomas, Isaac Hayes and Al Green.”
“Mr. Bomar won an Emmy last year for the soundtrack to the 2009 documentary "I Am a Man: From Memphis, a Lesson in Life.”
“Nicks and the 6-foot-6 Barden filled the hole Plaxico Burress left when he shot himself, Beatty and Sintim buttressed aging positions, and Beckum, Bomar and Brown were all deemed real talents.”
“In two seasons with the Bearkats, Bomar passed for a school-record 5,564 yards.”
“Rhett Bomar, Sam Houston State, 6-2, 225: To make it at the next level, Bomar will have to prove he is done with his off-field issues and his maturity has caught up to his obvious physical skills.”
“As the Giants were playing Bomar and it is preseason, the defense lacked intensity -- they're hopefully waiting to unleash it during the regular season, when it counts.”
“Kind of hard to judge the defense as the Giants were forced to go with Rhett Bomar, who played the entire game and is the third-string QB.”
“No. 19 Kansas vs. Sam Houston State, 7 p.m. One thing on the side of the Bearkats: Rhett Bomar did lead Oklahoma to a win against the Jayhawks when he was the Sooners quarterback.”
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