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Mark Nichols (American football)

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Mark Nichols
Born: (1959-10-29) October 29, 1959 (age 60)
Bakersfield, California
Career information
Position(s)Wide receiver
CollegeSan Jose State
NFL draft1981 / Round: 1 / Pick: 16
Career history
As player
1981–1987Detroit Lions

Mark Nichols is a former American football wide receiver in the National Football League. Nichols was selected in the first round by the Detroit Lions out of San Jose State University in the 1981 NFL Draft.

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Welcome to the Davidson football coaches show presented by JJ Wade and associates I'm Mark Plemmons, coach Paul Nichols has joined us and coach wild exciting time, footballs coming here Saturday night well it is exciting mark you're exactly right and you know it's crazy because the NFL preseason always kicks us off and it's exciting to see eleven guys versus eleven guys from real-life football and then you get the high school season starts that seems like it starts earlier and earlier every year and then the next thing up is we get to play Division one college football and we've been working a long time to get to this point dating back to January 16th of 2017 and that's winter workouts that spring practice that summer workouts and obviously we just closed a pre-season training camp and so there's a lot that goes into this just to get our football team prepared for what's gonna happen on Saturday night you've got a lot of guys you get a mesh together, I think a bunch of freshmen well we do we've got 35 freshmen and we've got the most guys in our football program that we've had around here in a long time and that's good it creates natural competition it creates natural depth but most importantly you have to be able to sort of balance those not only different personalities different socio economics, racial backgrounds, religious backgrounds, and geographic backgrounds we've got guys from 13 different states mark and and and that really ended up itself is is a dynamic that you know you don't really find necessarily on high school teams or on some other college teams because they're geographic you know their geographic background is it's very central and and obviously in high school it's just your neighborhood kids so that doubt that dynamic for us is something that we take very seriously and we try to make sure we work on and get the guy from Idaho to get to know the guy from Florida and get the guy from Texas to know the guy from New York because those guys don't grow up just knowing about each other and their did their distinct differences about those really well there's totally distinct differences not only about the region but also about the level of football that's played in those regions and the level of expertise positionally as well as how old are you you know there's developed this is a developmental game and it's really important that we spend time understanding that as a coaching staff and being able to cater to each guy at their level now with all that offseason and preseason camp you get into a game we talked a little bit about that routine well the game week is routine after this week okay and here's why because when we hit Sunday of game week next week we'll be coming off a game and so we'll start reviewing the video from the day before and start preparing for the next opponent this season opener is really unique you never really totally know what's gonna happen in season openers because things are new people work on different things in the offseason this is totally different because they have a new coaching staff that comes from all over the place extensive NFL background which always gives you cause for concern because their schemes are gonna be really really first-class as well as the addition of 50 new players into their football program wow that's a lot and these guys are really really talented and we have high expectations for the level of athleticism the type of coaching they're gonna receive it's going to be a huge challenge and on top of that we really don't know what to expect mark offensively defensively and kicking game and that's that's keeping me up at night coach you what's the keys to the games this week for the Wildcats well then the number one key is just to really control what we can control mark you know obviously there's a lot of unknowns about what we're going to see on Saturday evening but the most important thing we can do is just control what we can control we've been working very very hard for a long time at this spring practice summer workouts and in training camp obviously and we really think if we execute our schemes offensively defensively and in kicking game that we're going to be just fine and most importantly we've got to make sure that we play with great attitude and effort and take care of the football on offense and try to take it away on defense if we do those things and we're gonna be just fine on Saturday night coach you got some strong leadership on this team talk a little bit about that boy well this is a group of seniors that's 20 strong this is as big a senior class as we've had at least since I've been here additionally we've got a sophomore captain which is the first time that I've ever been around sophomore captain Stockton McGuire our new senior captains are Ben Rao and John Shepard Smith and there is fine a three senior three captains as we've had they've done a nice job with the leadership obviously they were elected by their peers and that speaks volumes about them and so I think the leadership the maturity the growth of this program is it has really been good particularly this training camp we integrated thirty five freshmen into our program they seem to be a mature group who's eager to learn and that's something that needs to consistently be there we've instituted additionally a Big Brother program which is where we match up a veteran with an under with a freshman and really just sort of a mentor to bounce questions off of everything from where do I go get something to eat to help me with my economics homework and so those things from a leadership standpoint are really really essential to our program and those are the things I see our players really taken the lead on coach opening night 7:00 o'clock kickoff here under the lights should be exciting well there's no place I'd rather be mark and there's nobody that I'd rather be with and these hundred guys our coaching staff our support staff and certainly all the fans that will come out to watch it's it's an exciting time this Division one college football most importantly at Davidson College is special and we're looking forward to great 2017 but most importantly we're looking to a great Saturday night at 7 o'clock Wildcats will be hosting the blue tornadoes from Brevard it's a 7 o'clock kickoff here at Stephen B Smithfield Richardson Stadium you want to be here get all the details Davidson Wildcats dot-com this has been the Davidson football coaches show presented by JJ Wade and Associates

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