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    Great Article on Frazier

    This is a great article on coach Frazier's journey from player to coach. Makes me like him even more.

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    Re: Great Article on Frazier

    Fixed the link for ya my friend....

    Head coach in NFL a fate fit for Mississippian Leslie Frazier

    Started a team up from scratch eh. Very impressive.

    In 1988, Frazier signed on as the first head football coach at Trinity College (now known as Trinity International University) in Deerfield, Ill. They had no field, equipment or players when he arrived at the 3,000-student NAIA school. But Frazier's teams eventually won two Northern Illinois Intercollegiate Conference championships.

    "That's where I learned to be a head coach," he says. "Things I learned there, I apply today."
    So from 99 to 03 he was a Andy Reid disciple. Didn't we just get rid of one of those?

    In 1999, Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid gave Frazier his first NFL job, as defensive backs coach.

    He was named defensive coordinator of the Cincinnati Bengals in 2003,
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    Re: Great Article on Frazier

    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1087737
    Fixed the link for ya my friend....

    Head coach in NFL a fate fit for Mississippian Leslie Frazier

    Started a team up from scratch eh. Very impressive.

    In 1988, Frazier signed on as the first head football coach at Trinity College (now known as Trinity International University) in Deerfield, Ill. They had no field, equipment or players when he arrived at the 3,000-student NAIA school. But Frazier's teams eventually won two Northern Illinois Intercollegiate Conference championships.

    "That's where I learned to be a head coach," he says. "Things I learned there, I apply today."
    So from 99 to 03 he was a Andy Reid disciple. Didn't we just get rid of one of those?

    In 1999, Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid gave Frazier his first NFL job, as defensive backs coach.

    He was named defensive coordinator of the Cincinnati Bengals in 2003,
    Andy Reid is an offensive coach. Yes, he gave him a job. However, I would not classify Frazier as a Reid disciple; just like I would not call Tomlin a Childress desciple.

    Good article though. Thanks for the read.

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    Re: Great Article on Frazier

    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1087737
    Fixed the link for ya my friend....

    Head coach in NFL a fate fit for Mississippian Leslie Frazier

    Started a team up from scratch eh. Very impressive.

    In 1988, Frazier signed on as the first head football coach at Trinity College (now known as Trinity International University) in Deerfield, Ill. They had no field, equipment or players when he arrived at the 3,000-student NAIA school. But Frazier's teams eventually won two Northern Illinois Intercollegiate Conference championships.

    "That's where I learned to be a head coach," he says. "Things I learned there, I apply today."
    So from 99 to 03 he was a Andy Reid disciple. Didn't we just get rid of one of those?

    In 1999, Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid gave Frazier his first NFL job, as defensive backs coach.

    He was named defensive coordinator of the Cincinnati Bengals in 2003,
    He coached for the Bengals. - We are screwed!!!!!!

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