Bleacher Report is in the midst of giving its audience - fans - a look inside the college football machine. Last week, friend of the site Kegs 'n Eggs explored the life of a college football assistant through the journey of Penn State offensive line coach Herb Hand, and now Barrett Sallee has explained the life of a graduate assistant.
This time, Sallee talked to Georgia defensive graduate assistant (and former Bulldogs linebacker) Christian Robinson and Washington defensive graduate assistant (and former Boise State and NFL safety) Gerald Alexander.
"A lot of it has to do with humility," Alexander said on the transition from the top of the football food chain - NFL player - to the bottom. "You have a lot of guys who play in the NFL who've been coached by some of the best in the business, and then they think that they can just coach. This is a totally different business and a totally different profession. It's not about what you know, it's about what you can teach."
Clearly this isn't new information for the vast majority of our audience, but it's a good outside-in view on the life of a GA. Check it out here.