Got a problem? Ask Coach Belichick.
Have a problem you just can't find a solution to? We've all been there, but why worry about it when all you need do to solve all your problems is Ask Coach Belichick?
Take a read as the sage wisdom flows from the architect of three Super Bowl championships:
I thought that encouraging my football team to celebrate their first touchdown en masse in a game against our longtime conference rival would be a good idea, a way to fire my guys up. Now I'm not so sure, even though we won the game. I've already written a letter of apology to the University of Florida and the Southeastern Conference. What else can I do to show good sportsmanship?
-- Embarrassed in Athens
Your first mistake was feeling shame. Your second mistake was apologizing. Your third mistake was endorsing such a timid, namby-pamby celebration. The next time your team scores first, have them gather as a group, then mark their territory by lifting their legs and urinating on your opponent's end zone, goalpost and mascot. If the referee subsequently throws a flag, punch him in the face. Then urinate on him, too.
Remember, "sportsmanship" is loser talk.
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Re: Got a problem? Ask Coach Belichick.
This place is thick with trolls. Lets hope they are left wondering where it all went wrong, like the Redskin trolls, Dolphin trolls, etc.
Wonder where they are :cool:
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