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NCAA.com | August 8, 2014

Vote for The Great Locker Room Speech

There is no place on earth like a football locker room. Each locker room is unique, with its own set of rules, cliques and hierarchy. The head coach is the undisputed CEO of the locker room. When he speaks, players listen. Each coach has his own style to the locker room speech. Some are fire and brimstone, some are calm and collective. All have message.

Today's matchup features the architects of The 10-Year War, Bo Schembechler and Woody Hayes. Schembechler gives his famous 'team' speech before the 1983 game against Ohio State, while Hayes explains to his men after a preseason pratice why apathy is the enemy of sucess.

Now is your chance to select the best college football locker room speech. Vote in the right rail for today's speech. The winner will advance to the next round and a champion will be crowned right before the kickoff of the 2014 season.

 

 

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