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October 2000

October 2000


Letter from the Publisher

Handling hard times and bad calls...
© October 2000

Two recent games in the SEC gave vivid and contrasting examples of how coaches can react after losses. One is the right way to do it, and a way for a head coach to serve as a role model for his team, and a leader. The other is nothing more than simple excuse making and serves no one well.

Do you remember playing wiffle ball in the back yard as a youngster, and if you hit the runner with the ball he was out? Well, if you watched the annual Tennessee-Florida bloodbath in mid-September, you might think that the SEC has a similar rule; if a quarterback hits a receiver in the end zone, it is a touchdown.

Trailing 23-20, Florida drove to the Tennessee 3-yard line in the last seconds. UF QB Jesse Palmer then threw a third-down pass to Jabar Gaffney just over the goal line, but two Volunteers defenders slammed into Gaffney and knock....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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