Coverage Crisis: Western Michigan Has Big Shoes To Fill In Secondary

Posted by Adam Bouton on August-13-2009 Add Comments

As the final horn sounded signaling the end of the Texas Bowl in Houston, Texas, late last December, it also signified the end of an era at Western Michigan University.

For four years, four "brothers" occupied their respective positions in the defensive backfield for the Broncos.

Safeties Louis Delmas and C.J. Wilson and corners E.J. Biggers and Londen Fryar had held down their respective spots with authority for close to four years. Some of them moved onto the NFL—Delmas and Biggers both were drafted in the 2009 NFL Draft—and all of them left Kalamazoo with a degree in hand.

While head coach Bill Cubit never had to worry about who was standing at the four secondary spots, that won't be the case in 2009.<...

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