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PODCAST: Group Therapy ft. D$

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MD bye week disease spreads to da podcast .....
 
Cliff Notes:
Bet the house on UNC
Program is Toxic
Recruiting feels like it did at the end of Shannon's era when he had simply given up


Feels like Stef and @DMoney are holding back until manny lays an egg and is fired at which time they will release more info.
 
@DMoney what up playa! Trying to read between the lines… is our team looking to get through this season and plan for the future or do we have a starting 11 in all 3 phases that are still motivated to perform?

It comes across that our program is waiting on 1/15/22
 
@DMoney what up playa! Trying to read between the lines… is our team looking to get through this season and plan for the future or do we have a starting 11 in all 3 phases that are still motivated to perform?

It comes across that our program is waiting on 1/15/22
I’m skeptical on motivation. We will see on Saturday. The team was decently motivated against UVA but that was a deflating loss and the bye didn’t help.
 
Good stuff and thank you for the content @Stefan Adams and @DMoney. I sadly suspect we will come out flat and unmotivated following a bye week (again) for a game we should be out for blood. If that's the case, it should be the nail in the coffin for Manny at Miami.

On a somewhat related noted, I heard your interview earlier this week with LB, Stefan. I appreciated you mentioning fan discontent with Diaz, but you kept Blake James's name out of it. Next time, please use that platform to accurately convey that us fans also want that clown fired. We need him out, too.
 
I’m skeptical on motivation. We will see on Saturday. The team was decently motivated against UVA but that was a deflating loss and the bye didn’t help.

@DMoney - We all understand why players COULD give up on this team/staff. But whether for you or a guy like @Poopscoop or @SouthParkCane who have either played or are close enough to those who currently are, is there any personal pride with players? Too many guys seem to lack that trait from the outside, but that could also just be perception. I ask not as a pass for current staff (I want them out of here yesterday), but more so as a question moving forward. Shouldn't be something that kids just flip the switch on IMO.
 
@DMoney - We all understand why players COULD give up on this team/staff. But whether for you or a guy like @Poopscoop or @SouthParkCane who have either played or are close enough to those who currently are, is there any personal pride with players? Too many guys seem to lack that trait from the outside, but that could also just be perception. I ask not as a pass for current staff (I want them out of here yesterday), but more so as a question moving forward. Shouldn't be something that kids just flip the switch on IMO.
I don’t want to speak on character much because I’m not the coach of these kids. But from the outside looking in with my football background lense I think all the youngsters from 20 and 21 for the most part have that pride still. Still is a keyword because the now upperclassmen came in when Richt was still around and they were around some sort of winning football and they lost their way. That’s on manny’s regime. If they’re now quitters it’s because of manny and what he gives those kids to believe in. The young guys don’t know anything outside of wanting to win. They’re still pure in a sense
 
Will not listen again until we are talking about Blake James and those “this is the Harvard of the south” administrators are gone!!!!! #wegressionU
 
@DMoney - We all understand why players COULD give up on this team/staff. But whether for you or a guy like @Poopscoop or @SouthParkCane who have either played or are close enough to those who currently are, is there any personal pride with players? Too many guys seem to lack that trait from the outside, but that could also just be perception. I ask not as a pass for current staff (I want them out of here yesterday), but more so as a question moving forward. Shouldn't be something that kids just flip the switch on IMO.
So, here's the problem. When we bring up the problem with culture this is a perfect example. IDEALLY you recruit kids who are football players. Their primary concern is from a teams perspective and it's all about winning. What we do here is recruit kids who's only concern is about highlights and building up film for their own gains. Whether that's to be able to transfer to the best possible spot or for scouts or simply because of their desire to show out on social media. Winning is secondary to alot of these kids we recruit. It's not that their not talented at all. It's that their built differently and their about themselves. That's what happens when a team isn't leader by a strong hand. It goes astray.
 
So, here's the problem. When we bring up the problem with culture this is a perfect example. IDEALLY you recruit kids who are football players. Their primary concern is from a teams perspective and it's all about winning. What we do here is recruit kids who's only concern is about highlights and building up film for their own gains. Whether that's to be able to transfer to the best possible spot or for scouts or simply because of their desire to show out on social media. Winning is secondary to alot of these kids we recruit. It's not that the

How do you separate the wheat from the chaff in this case considering these kids are all about 7x7s, social media, gramming, etc? Obviously, there are exceptions, but the majority of these kids are in the same bucket when it comes to this stuff, no? In some ways, recruiting is easier b/c of access to film, in other ways, it's harder b/c of all these other things.

And guys who are all about winning does not necessarily equate to "guys that won a lot in HS".
 
Could the lack of motivation at the start of games be caused by the vanilla game plans at the start?
 
So, here's the problem. When we bring up the problem with culture this is a perfect example. IDEALLY you recruit kids who are football players. Their primary concern is from a teams perspective and it's all about winning. What we do here is recruit kids who's only concern is about highlights and building up film for their own gains. Whether that's to be able to transfer to the best possible spot or for scouts or simply because of their desire to show out on social media. Winning is secondary to alot of these kids we recruit. It's not that their not talented at all. It's that their built differently and their about themselves. That's what happens when a team isn't leader by a strong hand. It goes astray.
@Poopscoop I hear what you are saying and that makes perfect sense. But here's then the follow-up: since you played on teams here where that was more of the norm, was there something in being recruited by Miami that made you feel they were vetting you/teammates for those traits? Kids now are naturally more distracted, soft, etc. To not have any of that is likely impossible, but the screening for it should also be more of an apparent need. Do you think coaches aren't asking, a poor judge, or being fooled on this front?
 

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