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    Article: Off The Air: PS2 Colts at Steelers


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    This is great, thanks for sharing your material.

    We have 3 hour practices now. Dungy and Caldwell practices lasted an hour and 45 minutes.
    I was thinking about this the other day, about another coach. Players really seem to respond well to shorter, well-organized practices that are all business and no time wasted standing around. So I wonder if a 3 hour practice is a bad sign?

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    We(I) appreciate the additional information from the meetings. Always cool to get "different" informaiton that wasn't used fro various reasons.

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    Very cool and much appreciated. Freeney does sound funny. Luck sounds like a smart guy (duh, Stanford) and student of the game.

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    Many thanks Andy, look forward to reading in the future.

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    Awesome.

    The Wayne quote about talent in the recieving corps is just confidence building for the younger guys.

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    I have a question.

    Its about that practice thing on which I commented. Normally, you only hear about the length of practices when a coach is doing well. If he runs those short, tight, highly-organized practices, you often hear about it.

    Here's the question: are there any unsuccessful coaches who also run shorter, highly-efficient practices?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wxwax View Post
    I have a question.

    Its about that practice thing on which I commented. Normally, you only hear about the length of practices when a coach is doing well. If he runs those short, tight, highly-organized practices, you often hear about it.

    Here's the question: are there any unsuccessful coaches who also run shorter, highly-efficient practices?
    I don't know the answer to that. My guess is that you'll find successful and unsuccessful coaches of every style.

  9. Great stuff Andy.....have the Colts/Bengals in the last pre-season game. Ready to roll now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Freeland View Post
    I don't know the answer to that. My guess is that you'll find successful and unsuccessful coaches of every style.
    Makes sense. Thanks for answering.

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