My brother and I were discussing uf football, and he too is a huge gator fan, we somehow got on the subject of WM's burst of shear anger. My brother who had 3 sons play hs football said WM rage against a player who messes up is over the top and that he would discourage his sons from playing for him. I do like a coach who shows some emotions, I could never be a Tony Dungy or a Tom Landry, I'd be more of a SOS throwing my visor a lot. I realize successful coaches come in all packages, you have the Tom Landry's and then you have the Bobby Knights, of course you also have the Woody Hayes who eventually lost it and punched a player on the opposing team. Just on emotions alone, is WM over the top? Is this something that needs to be addressed or is it much to do about nothing? Is this OK with the players when he is all raged out or do they realize he's just angry at the moment? Players can't say, "coach is too wild" but most football players have thick skin and they also see a coach that will hug them and praise them for good plays. WM is not one sided, he celebrates with his players and I'm sure the players know he's got their back. Take out the wins/losses, just on emotion, what's your take?