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Topic - Dave Campo
Dave Campo gives off a grandfatherly vibe when he walks into the homes of potential recruits.
Terence Newman is the self-proclaimed "old man of the group" in the Dallas Cowboys' secondary.
"The first thing that entered my mind was, this is kind of interesting," he said. "I've always liked Charlie, always had a lot of respect for him. It came as a bit of surprise."
"You know how they say people change careers in mid-stream get rejuvenated? That's how I kind of feel right now," said Campo, who is back in college football for the first time in 24 years as the defensive coordinator for Charlie Weis' rebuilding job at Kansas.