If you’ve ever taken a knee after a football practice as you and your teammates encircle the head coach, you know there’s a pretty typical pattern to the speech the head coach gives post-practice. Usually it sums up what the head coach thinks of the effort given by the team on that day, some thoughts on preparation for the next game or the upcoming season, and then some words of wisdom about “winning every day” or whatever.
At Florida, however, there’s a little extra thrown in, apparently…
â€œNo stealing, no drugs, no weapons!â€ Meyer barked at his players. â€œThereâ€™s a good decision and a bad decision. Make that good decision!â€
Kudos to you, Coach Meyer. You’ve clearly identified an issue with the young men on your team – men you recruited – and are seeking to fix that issue.
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