Carroll Sends Message Through Friedgen
Senior cornerback Nolan Carroll, whose career is over because of a broken leg suffered against James Madison, has been around the team and out at practice a couple times. But Coach Ralph Friedgen said he has been told not to stand on the leg too much, even on crutches, so he has to watch the games inside the Gossett Team House.
“But as soon as he is more mobile, I know he wants to be around the team,” Friedgen said. “He called me up [last] Friday and told me what he wanted me to say to the team Friday night, so I did. I really think he is reaching out trying to help the kids. Nolan’s technique would be more one on one, he is kind of an introverted kid. He speaks up when he has something to say. But it would probably be to talk to individual players rather than the whole team.”
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