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Handout #343: Friends

Friends

If nobody smiled and nobody cheered, and nobody helped us along;

If every man looked after himself and good things all went to the strong;

If nobody cared just a little for you, and nobody thought about me;

And all we stood alone in the battle of life, what a dreary old world it would be.

 

Life is sweet just because of the friends we have made, and the things in common that we share;

We want to live on, not because of ourselves, but because of the people who care;

It’s giving and doing for somebody else–on that all life’s splendor depends;

And the joy of the world, when you have summed it all up, is found in the making of friends.

— Chipped from Hillyard Chemical Co. Bulletin

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For a .pdf file of this original Coach Bacevich Handout, click here:  Handout #343: Friends. Coach Bacevich gave binders of his motivational handouts to thousands of people. You should print this original Coach Bacevich Handout together with the others in each weekly post and start your binder of these motivational handouts. Then read and browse the material as you desire. Soon you will have a treasure of information at your fingertips whenever you need a little inspiration and motivation from the Coach as you pursue your aspirations!

Many of Coach Bacevich’s Handouts were written for his football players as the audience. This is an example of good information written for his football players but so very applicable in all of life, sports and otherwise. When you see the phrase “football player” or “athlete”, substitute that phrase with whatever fits your situation, such as Employee, Team Member, Hockey Player, Basketball Player, etc.

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Handout #296: A Family Is . . .

A Family Is . . .

A family is people who grow together in faith, work together in hope, worship together in love.

Bear one another’s faults, share one another’s joy, need one another, support one another, look for God in one another, see God in everyone, live as individuals, are separate yet one.

A family is people who are joined by God’s presence living in each other.

© {BCB}

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For a .pdf file of this original Coach Bacevich Handout, click here: Handout #296: A Family Is . . . . Coach Bacevich gave binders of his motivational handouts to thousands of people. You should print this original Coach Bacevich Handout together with the others in each weekly post and start your binder of these motivational handouts. Then read and browse the material as you desire. Soon you will have a treasure of information at your fingertips whenever you need a little inspiration and motivation from the Coach as you pursue your aspirations!

Many of Coach Bacevich’s Handouts were written for his football players as the audience. This is an example of good information written for his football players but so very applicable in all of life, sports and otherwise. When you see the phrase “football player” or “athlete”, substitute that phrase with whatever fits your situation, such as Employee, Team Member, Hockey Player, Basketball Player, etc.

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Handout #271: Love

Love

Love one another.  As I have loved you, so you must love one another.  If you have love for one another, then all will know that you are my Disciples.  — Jesus, John 13:34, 35

God is Love, and whoever lives in love lives in God and God lives in him.  — 1 John 4:16

Life without love is like a cold kiss. — College Freshman

No one can become fully aware of the very essence of another human being unless he loves them.  Anonymous

Love cannot be forced; love cannot be coaxed and teased.  It comes out of heaven, unasked and unsought.  — Pearl Buck

Go often to the house of thy friend, for weeds choke the unused path.  — Ralph Waldo Emerson

“Without love, life is pointless and dangerous . . .  Man has the power to destroy himself and his planet; Depend upon it, he will — should he cease to love.”  — Unknown

Well, finally . . . it isn’t a matter of reason.  Finally, it’s a matter of love.  — Sir Thomas More

When you love someone, you love him as he is.  — High School Senior

To love the world to me’s no chore;  My big trouble’s the guy next door.  — Anonymous

Love does not consist in gazing at each other, but in looking outward together in the same direction.  — George Eliot

Love is never lost.  If not reciprocated, it will flow back and soften and purify the heart.  — Washington Irving

We never live so intensely as when we live strongly.  We never realize ourselves so vividly as when we are in full glow of love for others.  —  Unknown

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For a .pdf file of this original Coach Bacevich Handout, click here: Handout #271: Love. Coach Bacevich gave binders of his motivational handouts to thousands of people. You should print this original Coach Bacevich Handout together with the others in each weekly post and start your binder of these motivational handouts. Then read and browse the material as you desire. Soon you will have a treasure of information at your fingertips whenever you need a little inspiration and motivation from the Coach as you pursue your aspirations!

Many of Coach Bacevich’s Handouts were written for his football players as the audience. This is an example of good information written for his football players but so very applicable in all of life, sports and otherwise. When you see the phrase “football player” or “athlete”, substitute that phrase with whatever fits your situation, such as Employee, Team Member, Hockey Player, Basketball Player, etc.

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Handout #260: A Friend Is . . .

A Friend Is . . .

  • A friend is one who is a source of sunshine when you are under the weather.
  • A friend is one who strengthens you with his prayers, blessing you with his love, and encouraging you with his hope.
  • A friend is one whom distance is no barrier t o communication, concern or caring.
  • A friend is one whose thoughtfulness is exceeded only by his concern; whose helpfulness is second only to his awareness.
  • A friend is one who believes in you so strongly that you are motivated to stretch, to reach, to achieve beyond your fondest expectations.
  • A friend is one who transforms your loneliness into happiness, your sadness into joy, your gloom into gladness.
  • A friend is one who believes in you when you have ceased to believe in yourself.
  • A friend is one who is on the scene with you when you need him, who quietly leaves you when you want to be alone.
  • A friend is a source of celebration when you feel there is nothing to celebrate.
  • A friend is one who answers when you call  . . . who often answers before you call.
  • A friend is one who is not hard to find when you are penniless.
  • A friend is one who makes your grief less painful, your adversity more bearable.
  • A friend is one who joyfully signs with you when you are on the mountain top, and silently walks beside you through the valley.
  • A friend is one with whom you are comfortable, to whom you are loyal, through whom you are blessed, and for whom you are grateful.
  • A friend is one who warms you by his presence, trusts you with his secrets, and remembers you in his prayers.
  • A friend is one who gives you a spark of assurance when you doubt your ability to fulfill your noblest aspiration, to climb your special mountain, to reach your secret goal.
  • A friend is one who helps you bridge the gaps from loneliness to fellowship, from frustration to confidence, from despair to hope, from setbacks to success.
  • A friend is one who is available to you, understanding of you, and patient with you.
  • A friend is no less a gift from God than a talent; no less a treasure than life itself.

—  William Arthur Ward

NOW – How do you measure up as a friend to others?

NOW – Ask yourself:  How many such friends do I have?

rb — bcb — june, 1981

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For a .pdf file of this original Coach Bacevich Handout, click here: Handout #260: A Friend Is . . ..  Coach Bacevich gave binders of his motivational handouts to thousands of people. You should print this original Coach Bacevich Handout together with the others in each weekly post and start your binder of these motivational handouts. Then read and browse the material as you desire. Soon you will have a treasure of information at your fingertips whenever you need a little inspiration and motivation from the Coach as you pursue your aspirations!

Many of Coach Bacevich’s Handouts were written for his football players as the audience. This is an example of good information written for his football players but so very applicable in all of life, sports and otherwise. When you see the phrase “football player” or “athlete”, substitute that phrase with whatever fits your situation, such as Employee, Team Member, Hockey Player, Basketball Player, etc.

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Handout #239: Commitment to Excellence – This Year

Commitment to Excellence – This Year

(Teammates — Co-workers)

Commitment is the thing.  Soldiers in the ranks have rarely, over the ages, fought for the king, country, freedom or moral principle.

More than anything else, men have fought and winners have won because of a commitment – to a leader – and to a small brotherhood where the ties that bind are mutual respect and confidence – shared privation – shared hazard – shared triumph – a willingness to obey and determination to follow.

“And then in one of the greatest thundering jolts in which a man’s real motives are revealed to him in an electrifying vision, I understand, at last, why I jumped hospital that Sunday 35 years ago and, in violation of orders, returned to the front and almost certain death.

It was an act of love.  Those men on the line were my family, my home.  They were closer to me than I can say, closer than any friends had been or ever would be.  They had never let me down, and I couldn’t do it to them.  I had to be with them, rather than let them die and me live with the knowledge that I might have saved them.  Men, I now knew, do not fight for flag or country, for the Marine Corps or glory or any other abstraction.  They fight for one another.

Any man in combat who lacks comrades who will die for him, or for whom he is willing to die, is not a man at all.  He is truly damned.”

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For a .pdf file of this original Coach Bacevich Handout, click here: Handout #239: Commitment to Excellence – This Year. Coach Bacevich gave binders of his motivational handouts to thousands of people. You should print this original Coach Bacevich Handout together with the others in each weekly post and start your binder of these motivational handouts. Then read and browse the material as you desire. Soon you will have a treasure of information at your fingertips whenever you need a little inspiration and motivation from the Coach as you pursue your aspirations!

Many of Coach Bacevich’s Handouts were written for his football players as the audience. This is an example of good information written for his football players but so very applicable in all of life, sports and otherwise. When you see the phrase “football player” or “athlete”, substitute that phrase with whatever fits your situation, such as Employee, Team Member, Hockey Player, Basketball Player, etc.

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Handout #237: My Dad is Very Special . . . 1

My Dad is Very Special

He is the creator.  He is the builder, the teacher, the comedian, the repairman, the disciplinarian, and the chairman of the sounding board.  He is the grouch, the warm, the cold, the soft, the hard, the gentle, the rough, the kind, the cruel, the man, the father … in his children’s lives.

He has calloused hands and balding head.  He has wrinkles that show when he smiles.  He receives no anesthetic and when everyone cries, he dies inside because he is not supposed to show tears.  He has a smell that only his children love.  He goes someplace everyday called work.  He comes home with a sack of doughnuts and feels he is carrying a bag of gold.

He is grouchy when he is tired and happy when he is rested.  He smiles when he is scared.  He frowns when he is joking.  He hurts when his kids ache.  He is never quite the man his son thinks he is and he is never quite the hero his daughter knows he is.

He listens to fears, doubts, joys and sorrows.  He repairs broken dolls and flat bicycle tires.  He mends crushed hopes and broken hearts.  He rules in joy and empathizes in sorrow.

He creates dreams, plans and goals.  He builds direction that evolves into purpose.  He teaches sense of responsibility and teaches honesty.  This structure is his Michelangelo, his masterpiece.  The masterpiece is what he lives for.  He believes in it.  He lives in this belief.  He would die in this belief.  This belief is the future for his gang.  His gang is his life.  His life is his gang.

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When Things Go Wrong . . . 

I count it best, when things go wrong, to hum a tune and sign a song; a heavy heart means sure defeat, but joy is victory replete.

If skies are cloudy, count the gain new life depends upon the rain; the cuckoo carols loud and long when clouds hang low and things go wrong.

When things go wrong, remember then the happy heart has strength of ten; forget the sorrow, sing a song – it makes all right when things go wrong.

— Charles Henry Chelsey

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Success is . . . 

Success is peaking words of praise in cheering other people’s ways.

In doing just the best you can with every task and plan.

It’s silence when your speech would hurt, politeness when your neighbors curt.

It’s deafness when the scandal flows, and sympathy with others woes.

Its loyalty when duty calls, it’s courage when disaster falls.

It’s patience when the hours are long;

It’s found in laughter and in song;

It’s in silent time of prayer, in happiness and despair.

In all of life and nothing less, we find the thing we call Success.

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For a .pdf file of this original Coach Bacevich Handout, click here: Handout #237: My Dad is Very Special . . . 1. Coach Bacevich gave binders of his motivational handouts to thousands of people. You should print this original Coach Bacevich Handout together with the others in each weekly post and start your binder of these motivational handouts. Then read and browse the material as you desire. Soon you will have a treasure of information at your fingertips whenever you need a little inspiration and motivation from the Coach as you pursue your aspirations!

Many of Coach Bacevich’s Handouts were written for his football players as the audience. This is an example of good information written for his football players but so very applicable in all of life, sports and otherwise. When you see the phrase “football player” or “athlete”, substitute that phrase with whatever fits your situation, such as Employee, Team Member, Hockey Player, Basketball Player, etc.

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Handout #234: Everyday Success Pointers

Everyday Success Pointers

  1. Can’t – means won’t try.
  2. Your mind is the place where all progress begins and ends.
  3. To every difficulty, there is a solution.
  4. To discover a weakness is the beginning of strength.
  5. Your goal becomes your potential worth.
  6. Whatever you focus your attention upon, you give strength to it.
  7. Nothing is impossible for a willing mind.
  8. Genius is to take the complicated and make it simple.
  9. We can change our lives by merely changing our attitudes.
  10. To lose your fighting spirit is to lose all.
  11. If you meet someone without a smile – give him yours . . . It costs nothing but will pay rich dividends.
  12. Some people make things happen, some wait for things to happen – and then there are those who say – what happened!

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ENTHUSIASM . . .

The greatest gift in the world.  But to keep it you have to give it away.  Enthusiasm engenders enthusiasm, lifts up the spirit, and manifests one’s interest, whatever the task may be.

Enthusiasm also helps one to make friends, and adds to the happiness of others.  So with each day’s task, with each day’s greetings to friends, fellow workers, or acquaintances, give it out and it will come back to you in many ways, it will help enrich your life and the lives of those you come in contact with.

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HARMONY . . .

When a man achieves a fair measure of harmony within himself and his family circle, he achieves peace; and a nation made up of such individuals and groups is a happy nation.  As the harmony of a star in its course is expressed by rhythm and grace, so the harmony of a man’s life-course is expressed by happiness; this, I believe, is the prime desire of mankind.  — Treasure Chest

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HOW TO BE CHEERFUL . . .

The voluntary path to cheerfulness, if our spontaneous cheerfulness be lost, is to sit up cheerfully, and act and speak as if cheerfulness were already there.  To feel brave, act as if we were brave, use all our will to that end, and courage will very likely replace fear.  If we act as if from some better feeling, the bad feeling soon folds its tent like an Arab and silently steals away.

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For a .pdf file of this original Coach Bacevich Handout, click here: Handout #234: Everyday Success Pointers. Coach Bacevich gave binders of his motivational handouts to thousands of people. You should print this original Coach Bacevich Handout together with the others in each weekly post and start your binder of these motivational handouts. Then read and browse the material as you desire. Soon you will have a treasure of information at your fingertips whenever you need a little inspiration and motivation from the Coach as you pursue your aspirations!

Many of Coach Bacevich’s Handouts were written for his football players as the audience. This is an example of good information written for his football players but so very applicable in all of life, sports and otherwise. When you see the phrase “football player” or “athlete”, substitute that phrase with whatever fits your situation, such as Employee, Team Member, Hockey Player, Basketball Player, etc.

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Handout #228: From Which Champions Are Fashioned

From Which Champions are Fashioned

AGGRESSIVENESS

Aggressiveness is a natural impulse.  The outlet provided by a physical contact sport such as football, is, in my opinion, the ideal medium for the expression of this impulse.  Through a play activity, young men are able to experience the wholesome outlet of competitive and combative energy, thereby rendering them more fit to live a balanced life off of the gridiron.

This is the most important single quality for a football player.  At least 50% of the success of a football team is determined by the fight and spirit that the young men put into their play.  The team needs young men who can do more than take it.  It needs young men who cangiveit.  As a candidate for the team, it will be to your advantage to show aggressiveness the very moment you report for practice.  If you show that quality, you will have every opportunity to become a fine football player.  Without it, your time will probably be wasted.

CONCENTRATION

It is desirable that every player know every play and assignment precisely, exactly, minutely and immediately, and without the slightest doubt.  Precision is the thing that makes modern-day football function.

DETERMINATION

Your objective, of course, is to make the football team.  That is your first step – the second is to be determined to achieve it.  Everyone has a weakness in football technique.  Don’t be satisfied to continue on the same level in the execution of fundamentals.  Be determined to overcome weaknesses.  Some linemen cannot carry their feet with them in a charge; some centers are inaccurate; some kickers are inconsistent; some passers throw off balance; some receivers take their eye off the ball; some backs can’t block; some ball carriers are unable to pivot; some players can’t tackle.

Inability to execute any of these techniques may keep you from being a member of our team.  Analyze your own play, study a method for improvement, then DETERMINE to correct it.

Take personal pride in having a serious determination of purpose to become the very best football player possible.  You can achieve only that which you can do.  It is your own personal attitude that determines what you can do with what you have.

CHANCE FAVORS THE PREPARED MIND

DISCIPLINE

When discipline is out of football, education is also out.  Discipline requires an exact status of self-control and self-sacrifice.  You can only like the person whom you respect.

TRAINING

There are a lot of “John Does”, but only a few of the lot are young men enough to display the necessary self-discipline and courage to be constant trainers.  Don’t be pleased only by trying to please yourself.

Football, in contrast to many other games, requires a total and continuous team effort.  Each play is a total situation.  For success, you must be a definite part of it.  Our school has an established policy that each of the elevenfightsmust be won in each play if we expect to win the TEAMFIGHT“.

The HEART is the most important place to have “size”.  When you have “IT” you can stick your neck out and “ask for it”.

Football is a game of facts, not theory.  our opponents are our “facts”.  Our schedule is the top schedule in our area.  Only the best athletes in our school can successfully compete in our football program.

You must have direction in everything we do.  WILL yourself to be a great football player.  It’s all in the state of mind.  You’ve got to THINK HIGH to RISE HIGH.  SUCCESS BEGINS WITH A FELLOWS WILL.  Without self-direction, you can’t succeed.

CONFIDENCE

This is a feeling that a football player gets when he knows that he is a perfectionist enough in the basic fundamentals of the game, is in tip top physical condition, and has developed a spirit that says within him:  I CAN, I WILL and I MUST.  Much of this must be accomplished long before the season gets underway.

Exciting football which is also sound, depends on the individual brilliance of the personnel more than on the coach’s thinking and strategy, providing the proper timing has been achieved.

Football is a game between young men, and the player who is a little better than the opponent wins.  The great player is the one who is a little better than his game.  A winning play, often the most dramatic incident of the game, is usually an ordinary play made exciting by the brilliance of one individual.  Greatness of the individual must be established before the season commences.

All members of the football family, players, managers, trainers and coaches must be equipped with a burning desire to be a winner.

Being a good athlete is not a license for “living unto yourself“.  Realize that you are in a good position to contribute greatly to our (your) football squad and to the entire school and community.

STRENGTH, COURAGE, AND ENDURANCE GO FAR TO MAKE MEN INVINCIBLE

PREPARATION COMES FIRST, MAKING THE TEAM COMES SECOND

Here’s how to tell a winner from a loser . . . A winner takes a big problem and separates it into small parts so they can be more easily manipulated; a loser takes a lot of little problems and rolls them together until they are unsolvable . . . a winner judges himself by the standards of excellence in his field; a loser judges himself by the standards of mediocrity in his field.

bron bacevich – roger bacon – july – 1979

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For a .pdf file of this original Coach Bacevich Handout, click here: Handout #228: From Which Champions are Fashioned Coach Bacevich gave binders of his motivational handouts to thousands of people. You should print this original Coach Bacevich Handout together with the others in each weekly post and start your binder of these motivational handouts. Then read and browse the material as you desire. Soon you will have a treasure of information at your fingertips whenever you need a little inspiration and motivation from the Coach as you pursue your aspirations!

Many of Coach Bacevich’s Handouts were written for his football players as the audience. This is an example of good information written for his football players but so very applicable in all of life, sports and otherwise. When you see the phrase “football player” or “athlete”, substitute that phrase with whatever fits your situation, such as Employee, Team Member, Hockey Player, Basketball Player, etc.

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Handout #211: What the school-coaches-teammates have a Right to Expect from You!

What the school-coaches-teammates have a Right to Expect from You!

1.  BEST POSSIBLE CONDITION.  (mental, physical, emotional, spiritual).  Good condition means endurance.  Endurance is the ability to carry on when others are being carried off.  To insure your good condition, Training Rules are necessary.

2.  BEST POSSIBLE KNOWLEDGE OF THE GAME.  Be punctual for every meeting and practice.  Read/study all football handouts.  Be eager to learn.  Pay attention to all instructions.  Take a sincere, deep interest in all practice activities, meetings, film breakdowns, and games.

3.  ALL OUT 100% EFFORT ON/OFF THE FIELD:  GAMES, PRACTICES, SCHOOL, HOME, COMMUNITY.  Hustle, Hustle, all the time.  You cannot put out in the game without having put out in the practices.

4.  BURNING DESIRE TO EXCEL.  This is the trademark of every great athlete and team.  This is the greatest single difference between the CHAMPION and the ALSO RANS.

5.  DEDICATED AND DETERMINATION.  Follow the slogan:  “It may be difficult, but I’ll do it.”  Strive with rugged determination and complete dedication to become the best player and ours, the best team.

6.  AGGRESSIVENESS.  Football is a contact game.  You must be “Hard-Nosed” aggressive.  You must take the fight to your opponent.  This is the quality that separates the “men” from the “boys”.

7.  TEAM PLAY.  Always think in terms of team success.  Be genuinely happy to see the ball go into the opponent’s end zone, regardless in whose arms it is in.  Always think/act in terms of “We” instead of “I”.

8.  LOYALTY.  Without loyalty, a man is but an empty shell.  This is your school, your team.  Be good to your family, your school, your coaches and your teammates, and you will be good to yourself.

9.  ACADEMIC AVERAGE.  Maintain the highest possible scholastic average.  REMEMBER – your main purpose in school is to get the best possible education.  Your studies come first.

10.  A CHRISTIAN GENTLEMEN.  Maintain the highest type of sportsmanship at all times.  Be especially considerate of others, both on and off the field.  Be a leader by personal example.

bron bacevich – june ’77

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For a .pdf file of this original Coach Bacevich Handout, click here: Handout #211: What the school-coaches-teammates have a Right to Expect From You. Coach Bacevich gave binders of his motivational handouts to thousands of people. You should print this original Coach Bacevich Handout together with the others in each weekly post and start your binder of these motivational handouts. Then read and browse the material as you desire. Soon you will have a treasure of information at your fingertips whenever you need a little inspiration and motivation from the Coach as you pursue your aspirations!

Many of Coach Bacevich’s Handouts were written for his football players as the audience. This is an example of good information written for his football players but so very applicable in all of life, sports and otherwise. When you see the phrase “football player” or “athlete”, substitute that phrase with whatever fits your situation, such as Employee, Team Member, Hockey Player, Basketball Player, etc.

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Handout #210: The Will to Win – – – Victory (Part 2)

The Will to Win – – – Victory (Part 2)

INSPIRATION – A football player has to be inspired.  There must be a challenge, a goal, a person or something that pulls or drives him along.  Without this powerful inner motivation, he will always remain a mediocre ball player.

CONFIDENCE – The great athletes have confidence in themselves, a will or positive attitude which says, “I know I can do it!”  The only way to really build confidence is through summer conditioning, practice on skills, then when the season begins, practice, practice, and more practice.  It doesn’t come any other way.

COMPETITION – A good football player welcomes competition.  Most people do not compete enough – they give up too easily.  They never press on.  If a player is to play to his true potential, he must be willing to put out just a little more.

INTELLIGENCE – All football today requires a considerable amount of intelligence – smartness.  The ability to learn plays well and then apply this knowledge to the proper situation.  A player must study hard, not only football knowledge but in the school classroom as well.  An athlete must keep up his grades.  He should remember his primary interest is education and football is secondary.

LOYALTY – Loyalty is essential to a winning football team.  The Team Player never says anything bad about his teammates or his coaches behind their backs.  The TEAM PLAYER never second guesses the QBack, a teammate or a Coach.

PRIDE – The great athletes have a tremendous desire to excel, the urge to be the best.  They take pride in everything they do – in and out of school – in practice – in the game.  They take great pride in their play.  They hurt when they lose.  Too many athletes are satisfied with fair or good performances, when they could do better with more effort.

An athlete should always be striving for perfection.  He must never be content with mediocrity.  When a coach has players who have real pride in being champions, his team will always be tough to beat.  They will never fold.

We want players to think in terms of winning championships.  We want players who have a burning desire to be GCL Champs – to be #1 – to be the greatest ever Roger Bacon Football team.

The Will to Win – – – Victory – Roger Bacon FBall – Bron Bacevich

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For a .pdf file of this original Coach Bacevich Handout, click here: Handout #210: The Will to Win — Victory (Part 2). Coach Bacevich gave binders of his motivational handouts to thousands of people. You should print this original Coach Bacevich Handout together with the others in each weekly post and start your binder of these motivational handouts. Then read and browse the material as you desire. Soon you will have a treasure of information at your fingertips whenever you need a little inspiration and motivation from the Coach as you pursue your aspirations!

Many of Coach Bacevich’s Handouts were written for his football players as the audience. This is an example of good information written for his football players but so very applicable in all of life, sports and otherwise. When you see the phrase “football player” or “athlete”, substitute that phrase with whatever fits your situation, such as Employee, Team Member, Hockey Player, Basketball Player, etc.

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