Jerry Gray on using playing experience as coaching points

Gray recalls his 47-yard pick six against Randy Wright in 1988. 

A ffifeen year old Aaron Nagler watched in horror as a young Rams defensive back named Jerry Gray picked off Packers quarterback Randy Wright and ran it back 47 yards for a touchdown during Lindy Infante's debut as head coach in Green Bay. 

I remember watching that game and I remember that play. I wondered what Coach Gray would remember about it, if anything. 

His answer, to put it bluntly, was awesome. Not only did he give a detailed account of the play in question, he went on to illuminate some of his teaching techniques using that play as an example.

Just great stuff from Coach Gray:

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June 11, 2020 at 04:17 pm

I even had a pick-six against Randy Wright.

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June 11, 2020 at 05:33 pm

I mean, didn't we all?

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June 11, 2020 at 04:40 pm

I had too many pick six's to remember in college. It was what I could afford, wish it could have been Spotted Cow.

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