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    Quote Originally Posted by jcountry View Post
    Wait a minute!!!

    I didn’t know Willie Fritz was coaching the super bowl.

    Guess I better watch!
    He's actually doing something even more miraculous at Tulane...one of the worst college football programs (historically) in the country. You should check it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzz Killington View Post
    He's actually doing something even more miraculous at Tulane...one of the worst college football programs (historically) in the country. You should check it out.
    I’m probably not worthy.

    I have not gold, nor frankincense, nor myrrh.

    (You are a trip, man. WF is a decent coach. But he should never be mentioned in the same breath as Erk or PJ. He is not some miracle from on high. The entire world of college football did not somehow overlook a rare and precious talent for 40 years.)

    Decent coaching, competent coaching does tend to stand out considering our recent past. We have had what? Two good coaches since PJ left nearly 20 years ago?

    Competence is commendable. Especially considering our context

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcountry View Post
    I’m probably not worthy.

    I have not gold, nor frankincense, nor myrrh.

    (You are a trip, man. WF is a decent coach. But he should never be mentioned in the same breath as Erk or PJ. He is not some miracle from on high. The entire world of college football did not somehow overlook a rare and precious talent for 40 years.)

    Decent coaching, competent coaching does tend to stand out considering our recent past. We have had what? Two good coaches since PJ left nearly 20 years ago?

    Competence is commendable. Especially considering our context
    Buzz wasn’t the one who brought it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzz Killington View Post
    He's actually doing something even more miraculous at Tulane...one of the worst college football programs (historically) in the country. You should check it out.
    Yeah, recruiting in New Orleans must be a real chore.
    Too many Urkels on your team that's why your wins low

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    From B/R’s coverage of The Reese’s Senior Bowl regarding standouts from Day 2 practices ......

    Small-School Standout

    There isn't a group of players for whom the Senior Bowl is more important than the small-school stars. When you've spent your entire college career playing on national TV every week, people know who you are.

    When the only time you're televised is in "paycheck" beatdowns on the road against college football's elite, it's another story.

    The highest-profile game for Georgia Southern in 2019 was a 55-3 throttling at the hands of LSU in August. That contest may have been forgettable, but Eagles cornerback Kindle Vildor has made good use of Mobile as an opportunity to remind NFL scouts that he can play.

    Per ESPN's Todd McShay, Vildor was the surprise star in the secondary on the first day of practices Tuesday.

    "Vildor was sticky in man-to-man coverage on Tuesday and tracks the vertical ball very well," he said. "Not many people knew him coming in, but he stands to make a name for himself this week. He had a big interception downfield and then another on a tipped ball."

    Vildor didn't have two more interceptions Wednesday (that slacker), but he continued to be strong in man coverage and showed good wheels on downfield routes.

    This is much more the beginning of the journey for Vildor than the end—testing at next month's combine will also be critical for the 5'10" 185-pounder and small-school players like him.

    But the goal for Vildor this week in Alabama was to get noticed—to get scouts to go digging for tape of Georgia Southern's games last year.

    He accomplished that goal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eskimojoe View Post
    Yeah, recruiting in New Orleans must be a real chore.
    That explains Tulanes rich football history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eskimojoe View Post
    Yeah, recruiting in New Orleans must be a real chore.
    Apparently it was for about 100 years...

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