PICKENS, S.C. -- Arms folded, skinny as a scarecrow, his pale blue eyes process the chaos of a squirrelly special teams drill.
"Come on, C.J., get to it," Sam Wyche says forcefully after a kickoff falls in front of tailback C.J. Holley. "You've got to get up the field."
And then he softens and smiles. When this happens, which is often around these kids, Wyche exhibits an almost elfin quality.
He was an NFL head coach for a dozen seasons, in Cincinnati and ...
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