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Questions and Answers with Frank Lenti

Bo Schembechler once said “Consistency was more important than greatness” – Bo would have loved Mt. Carmel’s Head Coach Frank Lenti. It is his consistency that has led to his greatness. The word “great” and the word “awesome” are two of the most overused words in the English language but I would be hard pressed […]



Questions and Answers with Frank Solich

Whenever I think of the great Nebraska teams I always think of Frank Solich. Frank was the starting Fullback for the Cornhuskers in the 60s and in 1965 was named team captain and was the All Big Eight Fullback. He was inducted into the Husker Hall of Fame in 1992. He was the 1st Husker […]



Questions and Answers with Ted Kempski

The Delaware Wing T spread fear in the hearts of defensive coordinators for nearly half a century. One of the architects of that vaunted offense was Ted Kempski who was Tubby Raymond’s Offensive Coordinator. Ted coached at the University of Delaware for 34 years and during that span The Fightin’ Blue Hens won 3 National […]



Questions and Answers with James Franklin

James Franklin is the current Offensive Coordinator and “Head Coach in waiting at the University of Maryland. James has worked his way up the coaching ranks after being a record setting Quarterback at East Stroudsburg University under Denny Douds. Franklin made stops at numerous schools (he could probably be a good travel agent) before becoming […]



Questions and Answers with Hal Mumme

Hal Mumme’s name is synonymous with throwing the ball. He has been successful throwing the ball at every level, high school, NAIA, DII, DIAA, and DIA. At University of Kentucky he went to two bowl games in four years. Mumme’s offense is an equalizer at any level and gives the underdog a chance. Tony: Who […]



Questions & Answers with Greg Gregory

Greg Gregory has been a longtime offensive coordinator at Army, the University of Richmond, Ohio University and the University of South Florida. It seems where ever Greg goes success follows. USF just came off a big bowl win over Memphis, Richmond went the playoffs in his only season there, and Army has not been to […]