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Marketing Marlon Mack


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I've done a good job out here.  A number of friends and acquaintances tune in to Bulls games just to see him. 

How's it going in Tampa?

We've grinded out a lot of marketing for the program, even in its darkest hours last year and earlier this year. 

I hope we get Mack more pub.  He is fun to watch.  Flowers, and other players are also trending in that direction, but Mack has the potential of next level all over his game.

Curious onlookers would like what they see.

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I think it is a good point Brad. The next step in building the enthusiasm for the program and to help bring back some fans will be having a Bona Fide star to market the program around. Someone other than the coach that the fans can identify with and would be interested to come out to watch. I think, on a national level, it would be important to have someone they have heard of. It just helps with the perception of the program if there is a face to the program. Marlon Mack is an exciting, big time player that can be marketed. 

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QF also has a hell of a story as well, even if Woulard doesn't pan out next year.. I also love QF's style as well. He goes all out no matter what the score. Mack, QF, or Woulard will be the face of this team next year.. You also have Adams and a number of defensive players that could be even better next year.. Godwin, Sanchez, Cherry, Nichols, Hoggins.. This team will not have a lack of possible stars next year.. 

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Mack & Flowers on offense, Byrd, Nichols, and Sanchez on defense. All those kids are very marketable and set good examples for our program. But Brad's right, Mack is the most electric of them all. It's an exciting time to be a Bull, so CWT's job on the recruiting trail is going to be fun.

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Mack will be in the NFL by then.

If that's the case, that'll mean Q was the better player going into the Fall next year. This will easily be the most contested QB race we've had at our school. The incumbent starter versus the sure thing superstar as pegged by recruiting pundits and vouched by many who have seen Asiantii play. I've received enough educated opinions from people that have seen both players go to believe that Woulard has more upside - I've been wrong before though. Woulard has his work cut out for him, but if he's a true competitor and a leader, he'll find a way to leave it all on the field while taking Q's spot next year. 

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