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Correction: Paul Newberry-Persistence Pays Off story

In this May 9, 2020, photo provided by Shedrick Wynn, Shedrick Wynn, center, poses in his cap and gown outside Sanford Stadium in Athens Ga. Wynn finally got his degree this semester, nearly 20 years after his playing career ended in 2002. Left to the right: Cayden Barnes, Destiny Browner, Shedrick Wynn, Andrea Wynn and Jalen Jackson. (Shedrick Wynn via AP) In this May 9, 2020, photo provided by Shedrick Wynn, Shedrick Wynn, center, poses in his cap and gown outside Sanford Stadium in Athens Ga. Wynn finally got his degree this semester, nearly 20 years after his playing career ended in 2002. Left to the right: Cayden Barnes, Destiny Browner, Shedrick Wynn, Andrea Wynn and Jalen Jackson. (Shedrick Wynn via AP) |  Photo: AP


Updated: May 18, 2020 02:22 PM
Created: May 15, 2020 01:27 PM

ATLANTA (AP) - In a story May 15, 2020, about former Georgia football player Shedrick Wynn earning his college degree, The Associated Press erroneously reported that Jalen Jackson is his son. Jackson is his stepson.

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