(Onward State) At Penn State, Brian Cuban was a runner. He ran and he ran. He ran at 5 a.m., he ran after the sun had set, he ran during football games, he ran when he should have been in class. He ran from the insults, he ran from the guilt, he ran from the memory of the gold pants, he ran from the people who had “talked to his mother.”
Running defined his Penn State existence.
Now, he’s a recovered anorexic, bulimic, alcoholic, and drug addict — he’s told his story to thousands to raise awareness and prevent future incidents.
Looking back, years later, Cuban can’t believe he survived.
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