What's the right thing for the coach to say post-game if there were player issues?
If they made a mistake or didn't execute.What do you mean by player issues? That they weren't talented enough? That they made mistakes? Or why was so-and-so held out of the game?
How so?Yeah I'm a bit lost here.
There's so much more to this question than the poll implies.
Decent response to me. What else do you want Fleck to say? Trash the players by name? These are college students for crying out loud. They're learning."Sid: Opponent scored two TD's on blocked punt and bad pass. ever been in that situation?
PJ: they made a good play. we have to be better. blocked FG is unacceptable. lack of technique. lack of split. have to get better at fundamentals. we will go back to day one. work on multiple things. Missed on 4th down, had a FG blocked, strip-sack for a TD. those are non-defensive issues. our defense played lights out. held an option team to under 200 yds total offense. our offense at times was exceptional but at times we made catastrophic mistakes. the FG block is unacceptable. we are finding ways to win games while making catastrophic mistakes. everybody watched what happened yesterday. numerous B1G teams lost. we were not one of them. we have faced three very good non-conference opponents. we didn't have Rodney, Mo, Cam Wiley, Kamal Martin. Still found way to win with all the things that went wrong. we need to clean up the little things."
The last three games have shown how resilient and resourceful this team is, not how "bad" they are.
Fleck or any coach. If you lose its a little trickier. Joe Morrison, when at South Carolina, would always say, "We'll have to look at the film and see what we need to work on." Calling out players by name or making excuses it to be avoided....obviously.Decent response to me. What else do you want Fleck to say? Trash the players by name? These are college students for crying out loud. They're learning.