Grendon Bailie, 13, plays catch with his dad, Stoughton, at home after he was sent home for refusing to change out of his Steelers jersey at Truman Middle School on Friday, January 14, 2011 in Tacoma. Bailie, a 7th grader and fellow students were allowed to wear Seahawks jerseys decided not change out of his Steelers jersey.
Grendon Bailie, 13, plays catch with his dad, Stoughton, at home after he was sent home for refusing to change out of his Steelers jersey at Truman Middle School on Friday, January 14, 2011 in Tacoma. Bailie, a 7th grader and fellow students were allowed to wear Seahawks jerseys decided not change out of his Steelers jersey. The Olympian
Grendon Bailie, 13, plays catch with his dad, Stoughton, at home after he was sent home for refusing to change out of his Steelers jersey at Truman Middle School on Friday, January 14, 2011 in Tacoma. Bailie, a 7th grader and fellow students were allowed to wear Seahawks jerseys decided not change out of his Steelers jersey. The Olympian

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