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09-25-2003, 02:58 PM
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You guys are reading too much into this. The article doesn't say that Sather spent the entire practice session going over a team dress code. It simply states that in an attempt to foster a team attitude the players will have certain rules put in place that they must adhere to, what's so wrong with that? You have to have team unity and build trust amongst the team before you can do anything. It's not all physical you know.