Respect The Process


  • #5130

    RedLine
    Ute Fan
    @redline

    Take everything you learned from coaching at Utah to Corvallis and copy it.

  • #5133

    KiYi-Ute
    Ute Fan
    @kiyi-ute

    Glad I’m not the only one who feels this way. My respect for Coach Andersen drops with every new episode of The Drive.

  • #5135

    UteStuckInSeattle
    Ute Fan
    @utestuckinseattle

    To be fair, both Andersen and Whitt came from the same school of coaching so they’re both taking from someone else’s work.

    Whitt just does it better and has his players more bought into the program.

    • #5145

      Puget Ute
      Ute Fan
      @pugetute

      Exactly. Whitt and Andersen probably picked it up from Urban Meyer, Fred Whittingham, Ron McBride, or Lavell.

  • #5148

    Anonymous

    In Anderson’s defense, 70% of OSU’s starters are Sophomores or Freshmen. They have 5 true Freshmen starting and a first year QB. I would give them two years and they’ll be fine.

  • #5171

    GadValleyUte
    Ute Fan
    @maximumkungfu

    I don’t see how imitating a model that works is somehow that bad. Would you have more respect for him if his mantra was “respect the recruiting rating” or “embrace the chaos”, or “the quest for perfection”? Respect the process is a great mantra. If it’s what he has learned, practiced and believes in why should he not use it? He may no be as good a coach as Whitt. He likely just has different strengths and weaknesses and he is building something there. Time will tell if he has staying power if 5 years from now they are a consistent 5 win team then we know who he is. If he’s built a team that competes and has ups and downs but fluctuates between 7-10 wins then I’d say he’s probably a really good coach and OSU will have made a great hire and is lucky to have him.
    Give the guy a break. So he hired a few of our guys and recruits a territory he knows really well and competes with us for guys. What do you expect him to do? He’s in Oregon competing against Nike U, Cal, Stanford, etc. He has a responsibility to do all he can to win as quickly as possible, and beating down doors in Utah is something he knows.
    How many of us are really sad Kalani is gone right now? He was a good coach, but his loss can and has been filled. I am very glad Kyle runs out program, but Gary’s not a bad guy.

  • #5175

    NorthEZUte
    Ute Fan
    @northezute

    I hope we blow out Oregon St by 40. We’ll show them how to respect the process the right way.

  • #5179

    Astute Ute
    Ute Fan
    @tstruct

    I did like Kalani saying he’s learned to Coach from 2 guys Kyle Whittingham, and Gary Anderson. I also kind of wish it wasn’t edited. We all know they’re dropping f words…just let them fly. I guess I am desensitized to vulgarity. I as well hope they blowout OSU by 40.

    • #5184

      Anonymous

      Fricken, like Meatchicken.

  • #5188

    The Lone Wolf
    Ute Fan
    @thelonewolf

    Don’t rip him too hard. There is a really good chance that dude is Utah’s coach next year.

  • #5291

    Homer Crimson
    Ute Fan
    @homercrimson

    If GA is our next HC, we’re a perennial 5-7. I’m not sold on him as a P5 coach yet.

    • #5313

      Puget Ute
      Ute Fan
      @pugetute

      If GA becomes our HC within the next 3 years I want Chris Hill to get fired. He needs to prove that he can turn around the OSU program and take them to bowl games before we should touch him.

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