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    Comparison thread of Rhodes Victory Speech vs CFD

    Amazing win but look at the difference in the intensity of their post game speeches-

    Fred Hoiberg Post-Game Locker Room Speech vs. Kansas - YouTube

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0Jyat-iCcE&feature=fvst]Paul Rhoads Iowa State Locker Room Victory Speech After Upset of Oklahoma State - YouTube[/ame]



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    Re: Comparison thread of Rhodes Victory Speech vs CFD

    We have a game in 3 days. Can't blow your wad. It's a marathon.



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    Re: Comparison thread of Rhodes Victory Speech vs CFD

    You don't need to have volume to have intensity.

    Fred is a calm, cold-blooded sort of intensity. Listen to what he says and how he says it. Man expects to win, and mater-of-factly expects his guys to deliver.

    He sets an example of focus for these guys with his short speeches and short timeouts. Gets to the point and makes it count.


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    Re: Comparison thread of Rhodes Victory Speech vs CFD

    Quote Originally Posted by Cydkar View Post
    We have a game in 3 days. Can't blow your wad. It's a marathon.
    I did.



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    Re: Comparison thread of Rhodes Victory Speech vs CFD

    I think we need to keep the cameras out of the locker room, its their space. I imagine fred being very aware of what he is saying doing knowing its going on youtube so fast. let them celebrate like a team without such a public viewing. im glad it works for cpr, but not for a lot of coaches, especially in basketball.



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    Re: Comparison thread of Rhodes Victory Speech vs CFD

    Quote Originally Posted by bowlfan912 View Post
    Amazing win but look at the difference in the intensity of their post game speeches-
    Both speeches are perfect because both coaches are being genuine and who they are.



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    Re: Comparison thread of Rhodes Victory Speech vs CFD

    Quote Originally Posted by CycloneErik View Post
    You don't need to have volume to have intensity.

    Fred is a calm, cold-blooded sort of intensity. Listen to what he says and how he says it. Man expects to win, and mater-of-factly expects his guys to deliver.

    He sets an example of focus for these guys with his short speeches and short timeouts. Gets to the point and makes it count.
    Agree 100%. With Rhoads and Fred we are talking about different personalities.



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    Re: Comparison thread of Rhodes Victory Speech vs CFD

    Who is CFD?


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    Re: Comparison thread of Rhodes Victory Speech vs CFD

    Quote Originally Posted by michaelrr1 View Post
    Who is CFD?
    The D is for Danger, Fred's middle name.



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    Re: Comparison thread of Rhodes Victory Speech vs CFD

    Quote Originally Posted by michaelrr1 View Post
    Who is CFD?
    Lol, who is Rhodes?



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    Re: Comparison thread of Rhodes Victory Speech vs CFD

    Quote Originally Posted by CycloneErik View Post
    You don't need to have volume to have intensity.

    Fred is a calm, cold-blooded sort of intensity. Listen to what he says and how he says it. Man expects to win, and mater-of-factly expects his guys to deliver.

    He sets an example of focus for these guys with his short speeches and short timeouts. Gets to the point and makes it count.
    Favorite part is how he matter of fact says @Texas was a game we should have won.



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    Re: Comparison thread of Rhodes Victory Speech vs CFD

    Quote Originally Posted by State43 View Post
    Lol, who is Rhodes?
    Spelling his name wrong at this point should mean automatic ban.



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    Re: Comparison thread of Rhodes Victory Speech vs CFD

    I didn't see Allen in the video.



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    Re: Comparison thread of Rhodes Victory Speech vs CFD

    Seriously? Two completely different sports and two completely different guys with very different coaching styles. Apples and oranges.



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    Re: Comparison thread of Rhodes Victory Speech vs CFD

    You can't compare the two sports for that type of thing. One locker room has 10+ people, the other over 100. These guys have another game to play in days, football a whole week.



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