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Yesterday on College Spun, we showed you some pretty cool motivational workout shirts that the Arizona State football team had made up. Now, it’s NC State’s turn to showcase wisdom.
Frisman Jackson is the wide receivers coach at NC State, and was formerly an NFL receiver for the Cleveland Browns. Today, he tweeted out a picture of a sign that hangs in the football meeting room:
Sign in my meeting room….reminder to my players twitter.com/Frisman88/stat…
— Frisman Jackson (@Frisman88) June 13, 2013
Pretty typical advice right there, but important nonetheless. I particularly like the “Speak for Yourself” bit at the bottom.
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