Big Game For The Big Easy: Special Coverage|
Sept. 17, 2005
By Jessica Garrison
Tulane head coach Chris Scelfo believes his team's most important victory Saturday will be running out of that tunnel for the opening whistle, in their pieced-together uniforms, and in a stadium far from home.
"I will be very surprised if that stadium is not electric," Scelfo said. Then, he said something remarkable for a head coach, even one in his remarkable situation.
"This isn't about winning or losing," Scelfo said. "This is about persevering. If we can give one person hope, we've accomplished our goals for the year."
That's what this team is about - sure, they're still going to run their plays, follow their game plan, fight to be ahead at the final whistle. But the real heart and soul of the Green Wave is their duty to
While the New Orleans Saints have already picked up an emotional win in the name of the city, Scelfo believes his team's season will mean something different, something for the everyman of
"Us and the Saints are two different entities, because they are the paid professionals," Scelfo said. "They are the white-collared (players) of
Jessica Garrison is an Assistant Editor for CSTV.com and will be on assignment in