Running back Nick Goings gave the Carolina Panthers some solid production during their playoff run this year, his fifth year in the league -- pretty good for a player who wasn't drafted. In college, Goings fell behind on the depth chart at Ohio State before transferring to Pittsburgh. But in the pros, Goings has been a solid contributor including an 821-yard season in 2004. In today's Captain's Corner Audio, Jerry Rudzinski discusses reasons behind the success of players like Goings.
Why do some players play better in the pros than in college? Why do some players shine in college but fail to do a whole lot in the pros?
In today's Captain's Corner Audio, Jerry Rudzinski offers up some thoughts. Click below to listen: