Brotherly love: Scary incident in Denver brings Flohr brothers closer

Photo by Dean Humphrey—Mike Flohr, second from left, has been forced to watch the Mesa State men’s team play from the bench after tearing his ACL protecting his brother, Sean, during an assault in Denver over the summer.



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Photo by Dean Humphrey—Mike Flohr, second from left, has been forced to watch the Mesa State men’s team play from the bench after tearing his ACL protecting his brother, Sean, during an assault in Denver over the summer.

There’s a bond between brothers. Sure, you might squabble and fight, especially when you’re young, but there’s nothing one won’t do for the other. In the case of Sean…




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