Nice article about Irving Fryar's son, Londen, currently playing for Western Michigan.
Gives a profile of Irving Fryar, along with some background about Londen. As a father, I thought it was interesting how Irving kept him out of football for a while. And then you get this shot about Bill Callahan, and once again, we get a reference to the fact that Callahan's people skills SUCKED FRIGGIN' EGGS.
"I went and took a DVD (of Londen playing high school football) and put it in the hand of coach (Bill) Callahan," Irving said of now the former Huskers coach, who was fired last fall after four seasons. "I never got a call. ... I was very disappointed with the way coach Callahan handled that."
Not all that shocking now that we know what we know. Not to be outdone, Irving Fryar gets his shot in against Bill Callahan and his crew:
"When I went down there and saw some of the guys at Nebraska, Londen could've played there," said Irving, who's still close with legendary Huskers coach and new athletics director Tom Osborne, who fired Callahan shortly after coming back to the University. "At Nebraska now (with a new -- and old -- regime), under the same scenario, no hesitation ... Londen would have been offered a scholarship."
Londen Fryar has been First-Team All-MAC the past two seasons.