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Old 09-18-2004   #17
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Originally Posted by SassyTexan
All of my favorite College and Pro coaches, past and present, show emotion. Capers is lacking in that department. Standing on the sidelines taking notes, he is slow to react to things happening .. things like coaches challenges. The whole stadium is yelling their heads off to review something and he's MIA many times... doesn't appear to think on his feet. He seems to need time to analyze and dissect what's going on before making any moves.
Noting the mistakes of the game and taking it to the locker room after the game is fine, but doing some game analyzing and making corrections as it is happening is in order too.
Curious what the players thoughts are about their head coach and how they rate him.
This is just a thought, but does his personality at times come through with the team? Capers is regarded around the league as a good X and O schemer and most of the time has his team mentally prepared. I heard John "the Professor" say sometime in the last couple of weeks that the question people around the league have about Capers is ability to have his team emotionally ready to play week and week out.
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