How can a coach have any influence over a player that's making over five times more than he is?
In football, like in life, you must learn to play within the rules of the game.
The people who run a university are far more qualified and intelligent in handling people than someone who inherited his money and used it to buy a pro team.
Welcome to the Salvation Army. I've never been associated with an offense so nice about giving the ball away.
We'll take what the other team gives us. We'll scratch where it itches.
Black is a color of power and strength, and to see all those players, with the captains linking their arms in front - it's a powerful picture.
When it's football season, I'm all football.
I'll be here in my home with three big screens. I'll be watching three games at a time, and when they're over, I'll look at three more.
We have to be realistic. If we don't win, life will continue.
The thing I'm most proud of here at Iowa is putting the ANF on our headgear.
When I talked with an opposing coach before a game and he mentions the pink walls, I know I've got him. I can't recall a coach who has stirred up a fuss about the color and then beat us.
You can't control people. You must understand them. You have to know where they're coming from, their beliefs and values, what turns them off, what they're against.
I wanted the players to feel like they were part of a family, to be conscious of that controlled togetherness as they made that slow entrance onto the field. It had a great psychological effect on the opposing team, too. They'd never seen anything like it.
You just witnessed an old-fashioned rump kicking.
We're the only dance in town. We don't compete with any professional teams for the entertainment dollar.
We probably spend more time talking about individual players in our coaching sessions than anything else.
We changed our image. At least when we ran out on the field or broke the huddle, we would look like winners.
The preparation I had in college was the most valuable.
I learned a great many things in the Marines that helped me as a football coach. The Marines train men hard and to do things the right way, just as a football team must train.
Black is a colour of power and strength.
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