Lowrider 0 Posted October 7, 2015 Share Posted October 7, 2015 The players at Auburn don't fear the coaches. I don't mean physical fear just the fear of having to look your coach in the eye when you just completely blew your assignment. I remember back in the day when Dye was at Auburn and we had just won a big game, maybe it was Georgia or Bama I don't remember exactly. But they were interviewing an O-lineman and the first thing he said was how glad he was they got the win because he false started and killed a drive. He said when he was walking off the field all he could think about was "I hope coach Dye doesn't kill me". Obviously he was joking and said it with a smile but that's a winning culture. When your coaches will not accept anything but the best from you and you know it. Gus has to make his coaches expect more from these players. It will make the players better. Tough love is important in competition. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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