The thought of having a stroke in his 40s had never really crossed Greg Plump’s mind.
Until it happened.
“It just came out of the blue,” said Plump, who is 48. “I was working out every day and I tried to eat healthy.”
Plump has always been fit and athletic. A former Mississippi State University quarterback, he’s best remembered for taking over after Sleepy Robinson was injured in the 1992 season.