|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.
I don't even have the words - absolutely fantastic.
Go Dawgs and Vive la France!
Nicely done sir. Now I'll go curl back up in the fetal position and sob some more.
Man the photo's next to "Result of strategy" are hilarious.
Damn wonderful post. This is the first time I have laughed since Saturday.
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