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After attending his grandfather George's funeral on Tuesday, Arkansas defensive end Jake Bequette was able to go through the Razorbacks' Wednesday practice, something a legacy of Bequettes have done since the 1950s.

After one of the toughest days of his young life, Arkansas defensive end Jake Bequette got back to the family business on Wednesday. Bequette, whose dad Jay and uncle Chris both played for the Razorbacks, attended his grandfather George Bequette's funeral Tuesday in St. Genevieve, Mo. – just outside of St. Louis. George Bequette also played for the Arkansas football program and was a two-way...

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