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I saw more working offense in that video than every year of Benford combined. It will be nice to have a system instead of a pick-up game offense + picks. It will be nice to make substitutions instead of shuttle times. #GMG

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6 hours ago, Caw Caw said:

I saw more working offense in that video than every year of Benford combined. It will be nice to have a system instead of an pick-up game offense + picks. It will be nice to make substitutions instead of shuttle times. #GMG

agree 

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DId anyone watch the S&C video for basketball? The focus on the small details I feel like was something that was missed under the previous regime.

 

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15 hours ago, UNTFan23 said:

DId anyone watch the S&C video for basketball? The focus on the small details I feel like was something that was missed under the previous regime.

 

I want to go to the gym now......

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On 7/5/2017 at 4:55 PM, Caw Caw said:

I saw more working offense in that video than every year of Benford combined. It will be nice to have a system instead of a pick-up game offense + picks. It will be nice to make substitutions instead of shuttle times. #GMG

I saw more coaching from McCasland in a three second bite than I saw in all the years of Benford.

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On ‎7‎/‎7‎/‎2017 at 10:18 AM, UNTLifer said:

I saw more coaching from McCasland in a three second bite than I saw in all the years of Benford.

How did you get to watch practices from out in West Texas?

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1 hour ago, KRAM1 said:

How did you get to watch practices from out in West Texas?

Didn't, but I saw a couple of games. More coaching in that clip than in those games. 

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7 hours ago, KRAM1 said:

How did you get to watch practices from out in West Texas?

Obviously every coach runs practice different, but I agree that no one can really say they have seen more in this one little video clip. They have released similar  videos for the past 5 or 6 years...

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