If you are hoping to land a new project or a promotion at work, you might be tempted to get focused on your own performance. But in your boss' eyes, your contributions to the team are likely just as important as your own results. That's the lesson of a video that's gone viral on Facebook, in which the head coach of the University of Connecticut's women's basketball team, Geno Auriemma, goes off for two minutes about the importance of team spirit. The video has been watched 39 million times and shared more than 700,000 times. "If your body language is bad, you will never get in the game. Ever. I don't care how good you are," says Auriemma. "If your body language is bad, you will never get in the
"It was my decision, and the coaches' decision, to have me redshirt," Burt said after Wednesday's spring practice. "We talked about it and thought it would be best for me, and it ended up being a good thing. I've gotten stronger and faster, and grown as a person as well." Recruited as a defensive back out of Brigham City's Box Elder High, the 6-foot-1, 205-pound Burt was moved to running back in fall camp back in 2015. He finished with 14 carries for 86 yards and also returned some kickoffs. He participated with BYU's indoor track team this past winter, improving his burst and his speed. "I felt like I had a pretty good year my freshman year, but I wanted to get faster, trim a little weight,"
Happy Gump Day, everyone. It was a fine day in Tuscaloosa yesterday: sunny and warm, the baseball team won and the football team opened spring camp. As usual, the beat writers all basically saw the same things with a couple of unique notes and then broke down a 16-minute Saban press conference into 20 different headlines, but we have the summary for you: The key nuggets: Saban was sure to reiterate that the team has no depth chart, only a “rep chart.” Jonah Williams was working at left tackle, Lester Cotton at right guard. No word on who led reps at right tackle. Minkah Fitzpatrick was working with the corners while Ronnie Harrison and Hootie Jones were leading reps at safety. This is an interesting