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Justin Fuente and the guys at Memphis are redefining the Memphis football program and success will come in time.  

Not only are the rebuilding on the field; Fuente and the staff are looking to rebuild the fan base as well and are taking a very open approach with the community. Looks like they are using a new ad agency as well; because this video is unlike anything we've seen out of Memphis in quite a while.  Great job guys!

Great example of how to handle being let go

When Rick Stockstill was hired as the new head coach at Middle Tennessee State back in 2005, he held the typical exit interview with all of the assistants from the previous staff.

Most of the assistants were not retained, but one in particular left a lasting impression with Stockstill, and that was Glen Elarbee.

“He was very, very professional. I remember that. It’s tough on those guys, but a lot of coaches in that situation erase all their recruiting stuff. But he didn’t. He was very professional and told me who he was recruiting."

“He didn’t get rid of all his stuff. A lot of people do. He handled everything the right way.

As the Daily News Journal explains, years later when Stockstill was looking for someone to fill an offensive vacancy, Elarbee came to mind, and was eventually brought back to MTSU (where he also played and earned Sun Belt honors), in large part because of how he handled a situation seven years ago. 

Now Elarbee is back home coaching the centers and guards for the Blue Raiders. 

This is a great example of an assistant coach handling a difficult situation in a first class manner. 

Marrone does up-downs at practice

After a 5-7 season last year, the word of the off season seems to have been "accountability" for Doug Marrone at Syracuse.

So after a mistake during practice yesterday, Marrone held himself accountable and did a handful of down ups.

After forgetting what session came next, practice grinded to a halt while Marrone got his bearings. Next thing you know Marrone drops to the ground and reps out five down ups.

“I made a mistake. We hold the players accountable for their own actions, so if I make a mistake I have to hold myself accountable just like the players,” Marrone explained.

When a reporter asked the last time he had done up-downs, he had to flash back to his playing days.

“Probably when Coach Mac was here. We would have to do 25 before each practice. Coach Mac would’ve been proud. I don’t know if I could have done 25, but the ones I did were to Coach Mac’s standards.”

Arizona's leadership training

The Wildcats visited Fort Hauchuca over the weekend to participate in some team building activities to build team chemistry.

This stuff wasn't easy, but the players were forced to to think outside of the box to solve issues with their teammates, and looks like they had a ton of fun doing so.

Players explain Lou-phobia at UNC

During the first week of workouts under Lou Hernandez at North Carolina, players admitted to being sluggish and vomiting. 

Since then, players have adapted to the changes in philosophy and have come up with a few nicknames for the workouts (including our personal favorite "Lou-90x") as well as a name for the fear of the workouts, and Coach Lou himself, with Lou-phobia. Clever.

On a more serious note, hear Coach Lou explain the tempo and some specific philosophies of the weightroom in Chapel Hill in the clip.

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