Crowton Preaches Composure and Consistency for USC Premium Story

By Brandon Gurney
TBS Managing Editor
Date: Sep 15, 2004

Composure here … Composure there … Composure everywhere. That’s been the stern mantra from BYU coach Gary Crowton to his football team after Saturday’s disappointing 37-10 loss to Stanford. “I was looking for consistency and we didn’t have that in the second half. You can’t win football games if you don’t have any consistency. I thought we were very composed in the first game (Notre Dame). We just need to be more like we were during that first game.”

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