I know a lot of us hated it when Graham left the program, and maybe some of us felt it would be hard to replace his influence on the production of the running backs, but given the way the backs have performed since Sands has been here (particularly post-Lattimore), do you all feel as though it is due to Sands's coaching, or is it a result of the pure talent we have at the position? Personally, I think a lot of it has to be attributed to the coaching. As we have discussed before (usually in the proving ground forum), recruiting great talent is always necessary, but if you don't have the right coaches in place, that talent can sometimes be wasted, or at least not be realized to its fullest potential.
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