Audio: Campo interview on Irvin Show

Discussion in 'Artwork Zone' started by CATCH17, Sep 1, 2009.

  1. CATCH17

    CATCH17 1st Round Pick

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  2. Temo

    Temo Well-Known Member

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    I never believe anything Campo says about personnel. This is the man who said his team in 2000 was a good group.
  3. Chocolate Lab

    Chocolate Lab Run-loving Dino

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    Same here.

    Plus he gets pantsed.
  4. CATCH17

    CATCH17 1st Round Pick

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    It was by Pacman though so I think it actually upped Campo's street cred.
  5. Chocolate Lab

    Chocolate Lab Run-loving Dino

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  6. FuzzyLumpkins

    FuzzyLumpkins The Boognish

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    This is also the guy that developed Woodson, Smith, Brown, Mathis, Nelson etc.

    The guy has developed a TON of secondary talent.
  7. Alexander

    Alexander What's it going to be then, eh?

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    I have always had zero faith in his ability to spot talent.

    Compare his results to say Dennis Thurman, it is not even close.
  8. Sandman52

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    I dunno if it's really fair to compare Campo & the Cowboys to Thurman & the Ravens. Ed Reed has pretty much covered the entire defensive backfield, and Chris McAlister was a pretty dominate cover CB for a while. The Ravens front 7 also created so much havoc since their Super Bowl season, that the DBs were hardly tested much.

    I'd say that Campo's and Thurman's player development is pretty similar.
  9. robb01

    robb01 New Member

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    +1 I don't like reading anything by him
  10. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    great interview catch, thanks for the heads up on espn podcast

    ;yeah ogletee might be a real find, in high school he was one TD away from setting record, while he scored 19 tds in high school

    High School and Personal
    Kevin Ogletree was born August 5th, 1987 in Queens, N.Y., raised by his late grandmother, Patricia Rossianno. Now living with his uncle, Mark Rossianno, son of Leslie Ogletree, has an older brother, Calvin. Kevin’s great uncle played football at Fayetteville State and is in the school’s athletic Hall of Fame.

    Electrifying wide receiver for coach Tom Pugh at Holy Cross High School, was the Daily News and Newsday Player of the Year as a senior after catching 61 passes for 1170 yards and 19 touchdowns, all figures that are league records, while being Newsday and Daily News All-City and All-Queens record stats. Kevin Ogletree had 19 touchdown catches one shy of the state record, that’s right one catch shy of the state record. Ogletree led his team to a conference championship while scoring three touchdowns in the title game, including one on a 64-yard interception, despite playing with a fractured wrist, and intercepted five passes. Yes, that’s right, Kevin played defensive back while at high school too and excelled there too. All conference performer as a junior when he caught 40 passes for 1027 yards and 10 touchdowns and also a standout in basketball and baseball, honor student.

    One of only 26 players in ACC history with two-50 catch seasons in a career, Ogletree is ranked seventh in school history with 117 career receptions and 13th with 1332 receiving yards. “Kevin has been a significant part of our team,” said head coach Al Groh. “He was a strong performer and an excellent teammate. Kevin received his degree in December and feels this is the appropriate time for him to move on; we agree and support him in his decision and wish him much success.” Ogletree received his degree in sociology last month, a semester early. Again, this is a mark in a very bright person that can learn pro style offense and excel as a pro football player. Kevin Ogletree’s best receiving yardage game was vs. Maryland when he totaled 133 yards on just three catches, including 38- and 44-yard scoring receptions and Kevin also caught UVa’s longest pass in that game. His first touchdown catch was game-winner in overtime vs. Wyoming Kevin was brought along slowly as a true freshman, made the travel squad but didn’t get into his first game until the sixth week against Florida State but appeared in every game thereafter, including a start against Temple. Ogletree’s first reception was a five-yard catch at North Carolina while catching a team-leading five passes for 20 yards against Temple.

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