“When you start to see coaches not have to police (mistakes) and you have players getting on other players, and those players are accepting it and being like, ‘All right, I’m going to do it here. I’m going to fix it,’” Ledbetter said. “That’s when you start to see change — and that you have a great football team.”
Give a player a coaching direction and you coach him for a day; teach a player to direct himself and you coach him for a lifetime. I guess that’s the sound of buying in.