When your team is winning, be ready to be tough, because winning can make you soft. On the other hand, when your team is losing, stick by them. Keep believing.
Glenn Edward "Bo" Schembechler (born April 1, 1929) was an American football coach who is best remembered as head coach at the University of Michigan from 1969-1989. During his 27 years as a head coach, Schembechler won a total of 235 games, with only Joe Paterno and Tom Osborne recording 200 victories in fewer games. A consumate "coach's coach", Schembechler combined superb technical command of the game with a fiery disposition. He preached a football fundamentalist's gospel and was a terrific motivator. As a result, Schembechler's Michigan teams were known for their physical, fundamentally sound, and fierce -- if not imaginative -- style of play. Under his watch, the Wolverines traditionally featured strong defense, dominating offensive lines, and a power-running attack. Though combative -- he was prone to sideline outbursts -- Schembechler was widely regarded as a coach of great personal integrity. He coached for more than 20 years at the major conference level without a hint of scandal.
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