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Ivan The Awesome

Coach Ron Rivera Interview, O.t.a.

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http://youtu.be/a1AY1aeCwLk

BAMF!

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I like his response at 2:05. He is never satisfied and that is a characteristic of a great coach.

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Great seeing Gettis & Davis running and cutting.

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Great seeing Gettis & Davis running and cutting.

Yeah, Gettis looked solid in all the footage that has come out today.

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I like how players are asking if it was okay to take a day off ,(mainly the VETS), (its voluntary), it shows the players have bought in... Especially SS89.

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Can't help but feel confident about our team's chances when Rivera talks.

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Every time Rivera talks I feel like I need to stand up straight and notes. He comes off as a very deliberate person and great leader.

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This has that "it could be special" feeling.... Rivera is a great interview.

Why John Fox could not articulate more than three catchphrases is beyond me.

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