Mind Over Sports

WAS DORIAL GREEN-BECKHAM THE VICTIM OF BAD COACHING LAST YEAR?

Posted on: May 29, 2013

As a Missouri University Alumni I follow Mizzou football and especially the career of Dorial Green-Beckham. Dorial was one of the most highly regarded football recruits in the nation of the class of 2012 and was listed as the number one overall prospect in the nation by Rivals.com – and yet, his first year at Missouri was considered mediocre at best. Why? I recently read an article in the Springfield (MO) News-Leader that confirmed my opinion that Head Coach Gary Pinkel is not the coach everyone believes him to be. Your best and most successful coaches are those who tap into their athletes’ belief systems and maximize their potential on the field. Last year’s offensive coordinator, under the watchful eye of Pinkel, had Green-Beckham playing on the inside of four-and five-receiver sets even though Dorial believed he performed better when playing on the outside. Fortunately for Dorial, Josh Henson, Missouri’s new offensive coordinator, has moved him to the outside where he’s now getting open and making more plays. Even Dorial’s dad observed “They got him on the outside now, and will give him a chance to make some plays…He’s going to be more comfortable.” Many head coaches and assistant coaches don’t understand that it’s the athlete’s beliefs that affect performance, not the coaches.

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