Before taking the field on Friday nights, football players at New Orleans’ Isidore Newman School pause on Reginelli Way.
"We really only have one tradition," explains current Newman head coach, Nelson Stewart. "Right as you go on the field, on the left, there's a small podium with a statue of longtime head coach Tony Reginelli. When we go out, we always touch ‘Reg’. We touch what got us there."
Named for Tony Reginelli, Newman's first coach and mentor of alumni Peyton and Eli Manning, Reginelli Way grounds “home field advantage” not just for those currently enrolled at the school, but for players who have graduated to the sports pinnacle — including the most dynamic receiver in the game, Odell Beckham Jr.
As Beckham heads toward the “red zone” of the NFL’s regular season, with critical away games against division rivals, he’ll step onto the field in a special Vapor Untouchable cleat providing “home field advantage,” for the rest of the season, no matter where he plays.
The Making of Beckham Jr.'s "Home Field Advantage" Nike Vapor Untouchable: