WMU equipment manager Taylor Jorgensen comes from a long line of Broncos and brings NFL experience to the football program.
The latest edition of #wmufootball2012 #camplife focuses on one of the new members of the Bronco support staff and his approach to getting the team ready for game day on and off the road.
Jorgensen is the son of Paul Jorgensen who was the quarterback at Western Michigan from 1972-74 and holds the distinction as the only Bronco signal caller to rush for 100 yards in a game.
Jorgensen spent time with the Detroit Lions after his time as a student at Western Michigan. He speaks on the differences in size of the travel party between college and the NFL and the needs of a professional athlete versus a collegiate student-athlete.
We will next focus on the WMU football athletic training staff.