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About sandlot

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  1. Coffee and doughnuts do sound delicious.
  2. Having coached with Hensley for a couple of seasons before I left the bluegrass state I can say that he is a great coach and a great man. He taught me a lot about football and even more about how to treat people. I have learned a lot of life lessons from him. Good luck to David and his family. I wish nothing but the best for them. Thanks for all of the time you did give when you were a head coach. Hensley was a hard worker and would always put in the extra time.
  3. Florida does a tie break on Monday in this situation. The team with the best overall record sits while the other two play a quarter. Then the winner of that plays the team that was sitting. It should be settled on the field.
  4. Sharpe is a great coach and a great guy. Thoughts and Prayers coming from the place that is always sunny!
  5. I am a firm believer in it is not so much what you do, but it is all how you do it. I think you win running a number of different offenses and defenses. The teams that have success are the ones that take care of the big things and the little things. Of course have great athletes sure helps!
  6. I think 2nd guessing coaching comes easy. Coaches spend the time with the players and spend the time trying to get those players into the situation for them to be most successful.
  7. Urban Meyer devloped his offense with wishbone principles. He loved the wishbone, but knew it would be hard to recruit running it. The spread option is a great offense to get athletes in space. If you watch UF you will see them motion that 3rd back into the back field and run "wishbone."
  8. Steve Sharp is a good guy, and very easy to get along with. I doubt he caused much of that tension.
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