NEW ORLEANS -- It’s all in the way you look at things, maybe. You can measure what one person adds to the world. Or you can see what’s missing when he’s gone.
The Tulane football team practices on a humid Wednesday morning, and No. 18 is not in his spot at free safety.
In the defensive backs’ meeting, no one sits in the top row, next to last seat. No one cracks jokes and doles out Sour Patch Kids and white chocolate.