This Saturday, the Southern Miss Golden Eagles and the Lafayette Ragin’ Cajun play in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Each team has worked hard this season to make it to this bowl season. One star player for Southern Miss, quarterback Nick Mullens has had an interesting road to the Bowl. Mullens has had a great year leading his team on the field, and even didn’t let his in-game injury hold him back. During a game against Texas-San Antonio, on October 8 he broke his thumb.
Mullens has had a good year, and he knows how important his team is. The team has shown love and support. Mullens mentioned being around didn’t let his in-game injury hold him back. During a game against Texas-San Antonio, on October 8 he broke his thumb. Mullens has had a good year, and he knows how important his team is. The team has shown love and support. Mullens mentioned being around his teammates, the environment is a great feeling. “The team puts in a lot of work, practice, and perseverance pays off,” says Mullens.
Although Nick Mullens works with his team through practice and games, his personal key to success is his gameday ritual. Every day before a game Mullens likes to relax and have fun, especially with his teammates. And clearly this works. Nick Mullens set the record for most passing yards at Southern Miss. And in his career he passed more than 11,000 yards. Mullens will lead his team on the field with hopefully a big win in the Superdome.
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