The Undertaker shares inspiring life story with Texas football players: ‘Dare to be great’ By Alysha Tsuji March 23, 2017 7:54 pm Follow @alyshatsuji 795 shares
The Undertaker dropped by the University of Texas on Thursday to share some words of wisdom with players on the football team. He walks them through his entire life story — from how he struggled
The Undertaker shares inspiring life story with Texas football players: ‘Dare to be great’ March 23, 2017 7:54 pm · Alysha Tsuji “Don’t say ‘I can’t,’ say, ‘I will.’”
The Undertaker dropped by the University of Texas on Thursday to share some words of wisdom with players on the football team. He walks them through his entire life story — from how he struggled with deciding whether he wanted to give wrestling a shot to how he was noticed by Fritz Von Erich simply because he looked like one of his sons.
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Dec 28, 2017 · Watch video · The former Texas Tech and current Washington State head coach has a long history of saying stuff.
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– The Undertaker appeared at Thursday’s Texas Longhorns practice and gave a pep talk to the team. The transcript (courtesy of USA Today) and video are below: “I bleed burnt orange, and I
ND had black players under Rockne but after he passed away they went lily white till the ’60’s. Part of it was ND’s own troubles as the preeminent Catholic university and part of was that ND routinely played Southern schools and the service academies (which were de facto segregated until the 1970’s).
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The football coach has a captive audience and can teach these lessons because the communication lines between himself and his players are more wide open than between kids and parents.
The Undertaker, like a lot of good Texas boys, is a huge Texas Longhorns fan, so when head football coach Tom Herman invited him to come to practice and give a speech to the team, he couldn’t say no. Taker talked about how his days as a college athlete, how he got started in wrestling, and the serendipitous way he was booked in his first match.