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(New York Daily News)   Rutgers men's basketball coach resigns after video of him verbally and physically abusing players is released. Nope, not THAT one. This was a DIFFERENT Rutgers coach. This is NOT a repeat   (nydailynews.com) divider line 2
    More: Followup, Rutgers, Jimmy Martelli, Assistant Coach, Mark Emmert, Robert Morris, homophobic slurs, verbal abuse, basketball coach  
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2013-04-05 06:08:28 PM
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serpent_sky: Do people think this is just isolated to this one school? Every coach everywhere is probably shiatting his pants in hopes videos don't surface....


The yelling isn't my style, but ya, I've had some coaches who really believed in it. (I'm of the mindset that by the time you need to yell, you've already failed)... as far as hitting people, kicking players in the knee (crazy high liability)... no, these are not standard or acceptable coaching techniques... if you drop a kid kicking him in the knee and end his career, guess who else has a career that's over?  Bullying isn't leading, it isn't managing, and it sure as hell isn't coaching... you can demonstrate the aggression you want players to have just fine without being a dick.
2013-04-05 12:47:35 PM
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steamingpile: Calling a guy a fairy is a homophobic slur now? Or did I miss something in the video?


You may be surprised to learn that "nancy," "fudgepacker," "gaylord," and "choad toker" are also considered to be homophobic slurs.
 
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