October 20, 2013

Two Websites...

...with which to familiarize yourself:




It's over.




“I don’t believe in team motivation. I believe in getting a team prepared so it knows it will have the necessary confidence when it steps on a field and be prepared to play a good game.”

“If you are prepared, you will be confident, and will do the job.”

“Leadership is a matter of having people look at you and gain confidence, seeing how you react. If you’re in control, they’re in control.”

“Leadership is getting someone to do what they don’t want to do, to achieve what they want to achieve.”

“The secret to winning is constant, consistent management.”

~Tom Landry

10 comments:

  1. There's a glaring omission from both of those sites. Is our program so bad that those folks aren't even considering it as underperforming?

    This sucks.

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  2. Neither were updated after yesterday's games. I'm sure the omission will be corrected this week.

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  3. As someone who supported London last week, I am now firmly on board for a change.

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    1. Welcome aboard. Everybody has their breaking point, I guess you found yours.

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    2. When an offense plays well enough to build a 22-0 lead, and then the other team scores 30+ unanswered, I've found my breaking point.

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    3. Look at it like this: It might actually be GOOD that we took this loss to Duke the way we did. No doubt it moved many fans and Big Money Donors off the fence, and potentially accelerated the inevitable coaching change.

      I'm still excited about Virginia Football... but that's all wrapped up in daydreaming about new coaches, fresh beginnings, new schemes, and the dawn of a new era. Losing to Duke yesterday brought that excitement closer to reality.

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    4. I was so happy a couple of weeks ago that Littlepage confirmed London would be our coach next year, I'm now horribly upset by it. Hopefully he'll change his mind.

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  4. Where is Al Groh.

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  5. Coaches' Hot Seat seems like it's run by a group of somehow-computer-literate apes who got ahold of a geocities page back in 1996

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