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Definition of "It" factor

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Reporter: "When do you feel you'll own the playbook?"

Clausen: "I already own the playbook."

(His response was very diplomatic after that but I love the confidence)

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***Clausen then picks up a copy of the playbook to show he has it***

Reporter: No, I know you own a copy of it. I mean when will you "own" the playbook?

Clausen: I told you, I already have it. See?

***Clausen picks up the playbook again***

Reporter: <sighs> Riiiiight.

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It's easy the 4 pages of plays we have....handoff, handoff, chuck it and prey...and on the 5 yard line we spread it out with Mike Goodson...genius!!

I think our opposing defenses have owned our playbook...A 12 year old who plays madden can scheme and situational play call better than what's sadly become a joke of an offensive staff.

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What is this from?

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i just want to see what 'IT" can do on the field. i hope "IT's" enough.

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He should be heads down in that playbook, not talking to reporters about said playbook.

C'mon Man!!!!!

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What is this from?
his interview with cowherd this morning. go to that thread and there is a link to the podcast somewhere.

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Jimmy: I can lead us to the superbowl:

Reporter: There is no "I" in team.

Jimmy: Yes there is...

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cheater.

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Will he have "it" when he has to learn a new playbook next year??

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There's no 'i' in team, but there is a 'me'.

My old college professor used to say that like once a week. I think he thought he came up with it and wanted it to spread.

Crap.

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Will he have "it" when he has to learn a new playbook next year??
considering the new playbook will hopefully be built around his strengths, i hope so.

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