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Discussion in 'Rutgers Football' started by Ataylor1989x, Dec 4, 2019.
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This about sums up my reaction when Coach really starting going all-in on his vision.
Not a brick wall.. that's just a pile of bricks.
change title to include word VIDEO.. this is a bump.. worthy
Probably my favorite line, "We have to create the importance, every single one of us". I was done defending Rutgers. The University finally showed a commitment, that's all I was asking for Rutgers. Now it's time again to vigorously defend them to family and friends.
For me it started already.
A few days ago, I got a text from a fellow alum friend, and I quote: "He's a greedy muther f@#$er."
I texted back that he is going to be in the lower 3rd in salary in the B1G.
The response, and I quote: "Ok, fine" then "F@#$ everybody".
Note that this person can be a lovable handful and, in fact, may have been inebriated and/or hungover at the time. IOW, she is 100% Jersey Girl.
I’m all in, and I mean this with all due respect, but anyone else think old Greg has lost a marble or two?
i loved the tree chopping part...thats what a coach should be...intense, motivating. That part alone could motivate someone to run through a brick wall.
I watched it again, got even more pumped
Old Greg? He's in his low 50s.
How so. I thought he sounded better.
Just kidding around, but he seemed more animated to me, telling the story about driving around Rutgers, sounds effects of the tree falling. There were a few moments where I though to myself, this guy is nuts, I love it, but he’s nuts.
All good though. Haven’t felt this way about Rutgers football in a long long time.
I think this is why he communicates so well. When he had "nothing" to sell, he was able to tell a story that "painted the picture."
I believe it was Brian Leonard that talked about the vision that Schiano had for Rutgers.
This is what we've been missing.