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Here's the interview from earlier today:
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This post was edited by Kyle Bailey 14 months ago
Did you hear Hoo got arrested? Thomas Jefferson would be proud!
Yea, my b. Try the new one.
Good listen; thanks Kyle. Grimes is a pretty seriously well-spoken guy, really looking forward to seeing what he puts on the field.
I like this guy a lot. He gets it. Football, and especially the OL, is all about attitude. Strategy and schemes are necessary, but at the end of the day....football is a violent sport. I think this dude is going to have our OL going into games thinking about ruining people's day, rather than worrying about some complicated dance routine.
You just feel like grimes is going to rejuvenate this OL in a hurry. Gotta love the comments about setting the tone for the rest of the offense.
Not a problem, y'all. Happy to do it.
When asked about the current guys, his answer was essentially "I won't know until spring practice"... I wonder how much film he's watched on the current guys so far.
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He has probably seen every snap multiple times.
Actually, I don't think he's watched much. He said in a previous interview he wanted to give everybody a clean slate this spring and didn't want to carry past issues into this spring.
Of course, he could say that this go through at watch every snap 10 times to get a sense of what he's got but he seemed adamant about not watching much film this off-season.
Loving the lead in tune...
Hope so... Wish he'd elaborated a little more on that aspect in the interview rather than just giving the "wait until spring."
I'm sure he has his reasons not to, but as a fan, I'd like to hear his candid thoughts. At the very least give us something to read between the lines with. Even as little and cliche as "No one's job is safe, I've watched film and have been very impressed with some of the younger guys."
I would be shocked if he had not watched it many times already. He needs to see the technique they used last year to be able to better explain and show the technique that they will be switching to.
I love how he said that he and Scott Loeffler will be demanding on offense. That's something that we haven't had in years.
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