From our friends over at IMS. Posted a free in depth article about Edsall, his transition, about the team, and some miscellaneous items.
Q: I guess the first question you’ll invariably be asked is, how’s the transition going, and what’s the most difficult task you face?
The transition’s really been good. To me, the transition is being able to get the players to get on board with what you want to establish in your program. The one thing I really feel good about is all the young men in our program as we get started on Aug. 8 have bought into what we want to get accomplished. I’m very pleased with the direction we’re going.
We’ve had some obstacles to overcome, and we’ve done that. We’ve made tremendous strides in those areas.
Q: What were those obstacles?
I think they’ve been chronicled in the media. In terms of the APR issues we had, being reduced to 17 ½ practice hours in the fall instead of the 20 hours everybody else will get. Just some things we needed to clean up from an academic standpoint with some young men who weren’t in real good shape. We got that cleaned up, except for one young man. Everyone else is in good shape.
The rest of this interview can be found at this link