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“I mean, it’s just like anything else,” O’Leary said Friday. “Just he played golf for a living.”
Yes, the same way Picasso just painted for a living.
O’Leary, at 6-3 and 248 pounds, is much bigger than his granddad and has been a key player in the Seminoles’ run to Monday's last
O’Leary has 33 catches this season for 557 yards and seven touchdowns. He’s averaging 16.9 yards per catch.
Tidbit: Unlike most receivers and golfers, O'Leary does not wear gloves. He said he and Grandpa Jack rarely talk shop when they are together.
“He doesn’t like to talk about his life or he doesn’t like to talk about how I’m doing in football,” O’Leary said. “He just wants me to do what I have to do.”
O’Leary would probably get better feel for Nicklaus’ career by watching the
Nick was born in 1992, six years after Jack won his last professional major at the Masters.