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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Danny Rocco
College football coaches set aside time each week to meet with the TV announcers broadcasting their game.
Michael Rocco's uncle is the coach at the University of Richmond. His dad was a quarterback at Penn State.
Ian Frye was like every other standout football player in high school, getting letters and calls from college coaches vying for his services.
A big-time bowl is also a big-time financial obligation, something Virginia fans are learning.
"There's a lot of to-be-determined status," he said.
At Richmond, coach Danny Rocco said he's "probably a little more open than I wish I was" about injuries, but even he doesn't always know how a situation will play out.