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He was a tough, tough guy and a very demanding guy. ” Talley immediately built a reputation as Brown’s top recruiter. The program’s improvement was apparent, and he began ﬁelding offers to become a head coach. Not far removed from his thirtieth birthday, Talley had received offers to coach at his alma mater, Southern Connecticut, and at King’s Point in New York, but he spurned those positions 21 The Coach in a quest to help lead Brown to an Ivy title. In Anderson and Talley’s fourth season in Providence, the Bears won their ﬁrst Ivy League crown in modern history, and by that time, Talley was ready to parlay the success into a head job.
That last call really upset me. We were running crossing routes all day. Linebackers were bumping into receivers all day. They [the ofﬁciating crew] come from a conference that throws the ball all the time . . surely we were going to take it in and win. We had run that play twenty times prior to that. Unbelievable. They stepped in and took away our opportunity to win on a play that’s, at best, controversial. ” Public complaints about ofﬁciating were rare in the ncaa playoffs, 30 The Coach and charges that referees had determined the outcome of the game even rarer.
Between the head coach’s gentleness and the starting quarterback’s tutelage, Talley was sure he would be able to get Young in line. Among the other freshman hopefuls was Mason Frakes, a California kid who was being counted on to solve the team’s many problems in the area of long snapping. Frakes was given a half-scholarship, the very rare i-aa scholarship long-snapper who served no other function on 38 Gearing Up the team. The Wildcats had endured many problems in 2004 with the taken-for-granted practice of long snapping, so many, quipped Talley, that specialist Adam James had been serving as the team’s punter, placekicker, and goalie.