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RE: Football Strength and Conditioning
(07-04-2017 01:26 PM)rath v2.0 Wrote:  I know, right?

Young energetic staff. Check

Recruiting junkies. Check.

Strong ties to Ohio and the region. Check.

Not scared to recruit against the big boys. Check.

All day everyday involvement. Check.

Coaches in the trenches with the players and not just there for photo ops. Check.

Demanding excellence in all aspects. Check.

Huge emphasis on development. Check.

Players ready to run through a wall for the staff....and coaches ready to do the same for payers. Check

I could go on and on.....Looks like I got everything I have been screaming for since the spring of 2013 when it was regrettably and painfully clear we were royally screwed as long as that clown was here.

That Cincinnati schadenfreude has me wanting to quote a lot of posters opinions on Fickell just before and just after his hiring.

I shall hold off until after UC finishes 12-2 with an AAC title and pummels UK in some bullcrap bowl.
07-05-2017 10:12 AM
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