From barkingcarnival.com, here are Charlie Strong’s new guidelines for his football players at the University of Texas, and surprise, surprise, things look pretty strict. There’s a heavy focus on “winning now,” in addition to guidelines for off-the-field behavior. Players can’t live off of campus, and have to sit in the first two rows in all of their classes. For a college student, that first part is essentially a social death penalty, and the second part is going to seriously cut down on nap time.
But did you notice how four of the five Louisville “core values” are incorporated into a single bullet point (#4)? He also apparently had a bad experience with earrings, which I’d be interested to know. But why do all of Louisville’s rules take up so little space?