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Pat Knight calls it like he sees it

It's not often that we bring you video of a basketball coach on this site; but Pat Knight's presser from last night warrants it this time. 

After another disappointing loss, Knight let the world know what he thought of some of his players. This is an interesting tactic to say the least. 

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Winter conditioning Indiana Style

The guys at IU are getting after it this winter. 

Kevin Wilson has his guys "On a Mission".




Spring workout competition

At Oklahoma State they have their guys gettin after each other.

Good video here.




Recruiting camps and combines

As you are probably aware, at FootballScoop we don't dabble in recruiting. We do know however, that our audience can be modestly interested in the subject from time to time...

Yesterday we saw a tweet from Bryan Fischer of CBS Sports which provided a link to a list they have compiled of camps and combines. It's quite a list

Just passing along info you guys might be interested in. 




Tee Martin reflects on the transition to USC

It took a little while for Lane Kiffin to convince Tee Martin and his family that moving to Southern California was the right thing to do, and now that he has been on the job for nine days he took some time to reflect.

Martin said that one of the many things that makes Kiffin a great recruiter is his ability to make you comfortable about a situation. Kiffin even had his wife Layla talk to Tee Martin's wife to ease some of their concerns.

Making a "lateral" move in the coaching profession, Martin told Pedro Moura of ESPN, that it is a blessing to already have the talent on campus, but the bigger question is for him was "Are you going to a school where you can recruit the talent that you need?" He went on to say that even if USC didn't have the talent that they have at the receiver position now, that he felt there was no denying the tradition at USC, and that would help him bring in the type of guys to take the program where they want to take it.

Martin also reflected how he handled telling recruits and players that he had decided to take the job. "I called them. For the most part, I had relationships with them to where I told them the truth and I was blatantly honest with them throughout the recruiting process. They understood that this was something that was best for my family and my career. And I was honest with them. It wasn't a deal where I tried to let it bowl over for a week and then do it. Immediately when I knew I was taking it, I called those guys.'

Martin reminded recruits that it's the University, not the coach that should be the reason you enroll at a school. Classy move Coach Martin.




Tibesar's experience in CFL helped him tremendously

ESPN's Big Ten writer, Adam Rittenberg, got the opportunity to sit down and talk with newly hired Purdue defensive coordinator Tim Tibesar recently.

Tibesar said that the he was happy with his job calling the defense for the CFL's Montreal Alouettes but Purdue was an opportunity that fit every category that he was looking for, including "working with great people".

Tibesar also told Rittenberg that his experience in the CFL helped him grow tremendously as a coach because it forced him to solve problems that most coaches back in the states didn't have an answer for.

"You've got problems that don't come up in the states, with multiple players going in motion and 12 guys on the field. So I felt like it was a great growing opportunity for me from a schematic standpoint and learning the science of the game." he said of his experience up north. 




Stanford gettin edgy: "How we do it over here"

Another day, another great video. Today we're rollin with Stanford football.

As you might have seen on here from time to time, Stanford undoubtedly puts out some great videos. Most of them are well produced, polished and even polite. 

This video however, gets a little edgy for Stanford. Give it a look. 




This is how you are going to work out at the University of Houston

Tony Levine recently hired Brian Odom as his director of football strength & conditioning. Odom had been at the University of Arizona for the past four seasons as associate director of performance enhancement (nice title). 

Good video below from Houston featuring Odom talking about his role in preparing each player.