|Birthplace||Coral Gables, Fla.||Paris, France|
|Title||Defensive coordinator, Georgia Bulldogs||Generalissimo of French forces|
|Early success||Served with distinction as a defensive back on Miami's 1983 national-title team||Served with distinction as a brigadier general in World War I|
|Highest achievement||Promoted to defensive coordinator after the departure of Brian VanGorder; helped lead Georgia to the 2005 SEC championship||Promoted to commander of the General Staff by prime minister Edouard Daladier|
|Tactical trademark||Soft zone coverage in the defensive secondary||The Maginot Line|
|Result of this strategy|
|Final fate||Still employed||Arrested by Vichy authorities and held for five years before being liberated by Allied forces|
FINAL SCORE: Martinez 5, Gamelin 3. See, it could be worse. It's not like Willie was instrumental in the Nazi takeover of an entire continent or anything.