Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'Turner Gill'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • Mean Green Sports
    • Mean Green Football
    • Mean Green Basketball
    • UNT Football Recruiting
    • Conference ReAlignment
    • UNT Basketball Recruiting
    • Mean Green Athletics
    • The Eagles Nest (There Should be Pie For Everyone Forum)
    • Mean Green Ticket Exchange

Find results in...

Find results that contain...

Date Created

  • Start


Last Updated

  • Start


Filter by number of...


  • Start





Found 2 results

  1. Liberty Head Coach Turner Gill - Overall thoughts on the game... “I want to give God the glory. We obviously had the weather and all those things that took place. I don’t think it really distracted our guys. They were just the better football team. They executed better than we did. We didn’t make plays when we had to make them. From an offensive perspective, we just never got anything going. Most of it was us, but someof it was them. But overall, they were the better football. We just have to get better at the things we need to get better at, and that’s blocking, tackling, catching the ball, executing and doing all the things we need to do. We’ve still got a lot of good football left, and I’m excited to see how our team will respond as we move forward here in the next two games on the road.” On not taking advantage of two opportunities to score, one in each half... “Those two opportunities that we didn’t score put a little damper on some things. We still have to respond. Our defense has to respond when they have opportunities to get off the field, but they were on the field a lot. We didn’t sustain enough drives. On the running game... “Overall, we ran the ball pretty good most of the time. There’s a few times where we didn’t have success, but I think overall we had some things in the first two or three quarters where we ran the ball pretty good. Our throwing game was not on par as far as what it should be.”
  2. And to get a foot in the door in an extremely competitive business, a coach often has to start on the bottom rungs of the ladder. Gill began his career as a volunteer assistant on Tom Osborne’s staff at Nebraska before taking a job as a graduate assistant at North Texas, where he completed his undergraduate degree. Gill remembers some of the valuable lessons he learned from those roles. “It’s a great way to learn the game of football,” Gill said. “You learn a lot, looking at things from different perspectives. It can help you, no matter what position you end up coaching, you have a better understanding of the game.” read more: http://www.newsadvance.com/sports/liberty_university/young-coaches-learning-on-the-fly-at-lu/article_b7420bcc-21c7-11e4-86be-0017a43b2370.html
  • Create New...

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue. Please review our full Privacy Policy before using our site.