We all know that over the lifetime of an NFL team, not every year is a Super Bowl year. So what makes a Super Bowl team? No one knows better than Gil Brandt.
As chief talent scout for the Dallas Cowboys since the team's inception in 1960 until 1988, he is responsible for many of the scouting techniques considered standard practice today. On this week's SCHOOLED, Gil talks to The Professor about the Seahawks potentially losing Richard Sherman, why this year's draft is the most unusual Gil's ever seen, and much more.