Special teams showing renewed vigor
Al Everest makes an interesting pitch when selling the idea of playing special teams.
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#1 Sep 23, 2010
The results of the regime change at ST aren't completely clear yet, but I'm loving everything I've seen about Everest so far. He's very active on the sidelines, always talking to players, talking to the coordinators, etc (Ligashesky was so invisible, I can barely remember what he looked like). He gets in players' faces even after what seem like pretty successful ST plays--clearly a stickler for detail.
The new OL coach seems cool, too. Did you notice, he hasn't inadvertently emailed porn to ANYONE yet! Not once! Very refreshing.
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