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Helmets Off

Feb 8, 2018

Josh McDaniels has decided to not be the head coach of the Indianapolis Colts and will return to New England as the Patriots Offensive Coordinator.  Why did he decide to not be the head coach?  He has had experience as a head coach when he was with the Denver Broncos.  He was the one who brought Tim Tebow in. Maybe it’s the uncertainty of Andrew Luck’s health. Matt Patricia who was the defensive coordinator for the Patriots is now in Detroit and is the head coach of the Lions.  He never had any issues going there.

Russell Wilson of the Seattle Seahawks is on the move.  No, he isn’t leaving Seattle.  He was drafted years ago the Major League’s even though he only goes to just spring training.  He has now been traded from the Texas Rangers to the New York Yankees.

Torrey Smith of the Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles has said that if the President of the United States invites the team to the White House, he will not attend.  Scott thinks it’s a great celebration of your accomplishment.  Things are not going to change if you take a stand.  You should go and meet the President and talk to him.

Scott reflects back on his experience on National Signing Day. Scott grew up a Mormon who lived 10 minutes from BYU, his parents went to BYU.  Scott is related to LaVell Edwards.  He was BYU’s top target.  He felt confused when he was done meeting with BYU.  He went on his other two trips to Stanford and Utah.  He was two days away from signing day and he had no idea where he was going.  His next thought was to pray.  While he was praying, the phone rang.  It was Jim Fassel who was the head coach of the University of Utah.  It dawned on him that maybe it was a sign.  Halfway through the conversation, he had an overwhelming sense of peace.  He knew that he needed to attend the University of Utah.  Scott went on to have a great career at Utah but a year later, Ty Detmer went to BYU and won the Heisman Trophy.  Scott is still glad that he attended Utah.