TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- The receiver broke inside, and the corner had a beat.
The throw came in, and the corner reached in his hand, swatted it away, and both players tumbled to the ground.
Mario Edwards rushed in from a few feet away, chased the corner down as he retreated to the sideline and patted him on the helmet.
"That's it, young man," Edwards said. "That's how you do it."
Every defensive back at the July session of Jimbo Fisher Camp earned the moniker of "young man" ...Read full story