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Offline parone

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The Power, the Passion, the Glory
« on: August 10, 2016, 06:15:03 PM »
Anybody seen this movie?  Based on Celina's season right after GA Moore left.  Interesting.  Lots of the standard football documentary stuff.  But interesting tidbits before games as the coaches discuss base 10/special/picks etc. 

I'd hoped to pick up moore(haha, see what i did there) but it was still very interesting. 

Still looking for any info on the '10' if anybody has any.
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Re: The Power, the Passion, the Glory
« Reply #1 on: August 10, 2016, 09:35:01 PM »
I have it...you learn some 10 in it...but you learn about the way they think more thats where the gold is

You can freeze the film and read chalk board youll find in those scenes theyll talk about how they play buddy...and how they match up people not positions.
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Re: The Power, the Passion, the Glory
« Reply #2 on: August 11, 2016, 06:24:17 AM »
Your right about personel.  No matter what scheme you run, that's always important.

What I was struck by was the incredible community involvement, as well as how much time the kids were spending together off the field in terms of team meals/film/booster events.  What a great way to build an all encompassing program.

Also, I thought the coach was an excellent speaker.  I've heard a lot of halftime/pregame speeches as a player and coach, and most of them are rah rah crap.  That guy was a straight talker.
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