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President Dedmon (Character)
from We Are Marshall (2006)

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We Are Marshall (2006)
Jack Lengyel: Don, are you married?
President Dedmon: Yes sir, 25 years this year.
Jack Lengyel: Now, I am going to bet... that you didn't propose over the phone.
President Dedmon: Ummm, no.
Jack Lengyel: And I'm pretty sure, that she didn't accept with a letter.
President Dedmon: Uhhhh.
Jack Lengyel: Don?
President Dedmon: Jack?
Jack Lengyel: Don?
President Dedmon: Jack?
Jack Lengyel: Don... you can do this!

President Dedmon: [after receiving the game ball from coach Lengyel] I'm not a player.
Jack Lengyel: We are Marshall. We'll take anybody.

President Dedmon: Jack, I may not know football, but I have dealt with the NCAA. They like their rules, and the biggest one is freshmen are not allowed to play intercollegiate athletics.
Jack Lengyel: That's why you're gonna get them to make an exception.
President Dedmon: How am I supposed to...
Jack Lengyel: [interrupts] ... Explain it to them. We would like to field a team. We don't have enough players to do that. They can help us get more players, faster. Simple as that.
President Dedmon: Simple as that.
Jack Lengyel: It's the only way we'll be even halfway competitive in recruiting.
[Dedmon shakes his head at the suggestion]
Jack Lengyel: My youngest crapped his pants yesterday.
President Dedmon: Well, that happens.
Jack Lengyel: He's four. Sandy was out so I had to clean him up. When she got home, I told her what happened, she couldn't believe it. I said "I know, the kid's four, he shouldn't be doing that anymore.", She said "No, not that, I can't believe after all these years you finally changed a diaper."
President Dedmon: Congratulations
Jack Lengyel: There's a first time for everything, Don.