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New Articles

NEWARK -- Paul Worrilow was a two-way All-State football selection at Concord High, and was voted Delaware's top defensive player as a senior in 2007. But wanting to make himself into something more for college recruiters, he went off to remote Coffeyville (Kan.) Community College last fall. Even by redshirting in 2008 and not playing in a game, he accomomplished what he wanted. "I'm a completely different player in terms of weight, strength, speed and power," Worrilow said. "I'm much better than I was at Concord." He'll get the chance to prove it at the University of Delaware, where Worrilow will begin second-semester classes in February and participate in spring football drills. The linebacker is an invited walk-on with a chance to earn a scholarship, and knows the opportunity that awaits. Among recent walk-ons who became starters for the blue Hens: All-American center Kheon Hendricks; Erick Johnson, a three-year starter at middle linebacker; two other starting linebackers on the 2008 team, Walter Blair and Andrew Harrison; and starting defensive linemen John...

Dietary Tips

An ideal diet for football players requires 55 to 60 percent of their daily caloric intake to come from carbohydrates, 15 percent from protein and 30 percent from fat. Simply stated, your diet should be 2/3 carbohydrates and 1/3 protein, with an emphasis on moderate fat. Carbohydrates-containing foods with lower fat should be emphasized: bagels over doughnuts, mashed potatoes over fries, grilled chicken over fried, frozen yogurt over ice cream

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Training Tips

"Confidence is a very fragile thing." He's right, one minute you can be flying high and then the next minute you can be a total mess. All it takes is one bad pass or one fumble and your confidence can be in a shambles. You need to practice how you are going to handle things mentally when you make mistakes. You never want to play with a lack of confidence.