UniversalMartin Posted March 24 Share Posted March 24 2 minutes ago, I am I said: your stream of consciousness posting needs a little coaching: Watch it, read some stuff. Think to yourself. Don’t post. Sometimes post. Practice those 5 steps. Unless you’re 3-5 beers in then by all means post away. and absolutely you need to coach hustling. Even to 4-5* athletes. There are literally “hustle drills”. And at my college we used to practice “enthusiasm.” literally practiced getting hyped on the sidelines after a scripted big play. Watch a scripted big play near our sideline and the whole team practiced jumping up and down and showing enthusiasm/hype. It seemed so stupid as a freshman, then it made perfect sense later on. if you want to do something when it matters, you practice it. It worked very well. We were by far the most hyped and enthusiastic team in our conference and it wasn’t fake. We were always enthusiastic. Coach made Allen do it twice because he was like 9 inches away from his jump cut on first try. That’s attention to detail which cost N very dearly in 25 games lost by 6pts or less over 5 seasons. Then he gets the jump cut right but doesn’t finish correctly. Coach hollers at him for a 3rd rep and Allen is jogging downfield like “all good coach, I got this”. Coach hollers and he doesn’t listen. Screams, no listen, with instruction. Doesn’t listen. So coach like “aiiigjht, next man up…this mf’er ain’t listening to details on this one.” that was be one player, one drill, 2 reps. But instead of letting it slide, he calls him out. I like it. We been missing this. A lost. Dude ain’t gonna transfer for getting called out. And if he does, or anyone does…bye But man, stop with the assumptions and cratering earth theories. Just chill and read and enjoy. I don't understand how any Husker fan can see this, knowing our YEARS of laziness, and not think this is a good thing. 6 1 1 Quote Link to comment
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