Wayne's Notebook: Nov. 26, 2007

The commitments break down to one of each: running back, fullback, quarterback (D.J. Ponder who plays receiver in high school), tight end, defensive end, and linebacker
November 26, 2007

Wayne's Notebook: Nov. 20, 2007

Offensively the Rice game was probably the Tulane offense's best performance, although admittedly Rice doesn't seem to be even ordinary on defense. And while the defense allowed 31 points, the Owl offense plays the scoreboard like a pinball machine - and all with the pass - so the point total is not an indication of a weak performance
November 20, 2007

Wayne's Notebook: Sept. 25, 2006

But at the end, you have to try and draw some conclusions that relate to the remainder of the season. So here are a couple of my conclusions: the return of Ellis should help at linebacker. The younger players should begin to grow up as the number of games under their belts grows - and the faster the better - because the middle section of the season (with the exception of the Auburn game)
September 25, 2006

Spring 2006: Tulane Linebacker Personnel

The other linebackers were all true freshmen, with three eventually figuring into the game rotation. Two of that group - middle linebacker Jordan Ellis and will linebacker James Dillard - return for their sophomore seasons
April 27, 2006

J.C. Brignone Drawing Recruiter's Attention

Our seniors and juniors had been playing together since 7th and 8th grade when we went undefeated, so we had good leadership. We were the first St. Stanislaus team to win the district since 1938, that was back in Doc Blanchard's day.
May 2, 2005

Tulane Spring Preview: Defense

The move of Brandon Spincer, who moved to strong safety prior to the 2004 season, back to linebacker does help to solidify the starting group, giving defensive coordinator Eric Schumann and linebacker coach Garrett Chachere three solid senior starters
February 24, 2005

St. Stanislaus Linebacker Will Visit Green Wave

JE: Well, I made an unofficial visit to Ole Miss
December 9, 2004