Florida schools could learn from Auriemma

by Gary Shelton on April 8, 2015 · 0 comments

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Wednesday, 12:44 a.m.

TAMPA

He spoke softly, the way he usually does. He spoke proudly, the way you have come to know.

He spoke with the voice of a champion, which is something that Geno Auriemma usually does.

Auriemma, the lord of the rings, the maker of a perfect 10, sat in the front of the room, talking about pride and growth and accomplishment and history. He was the voice of perspective, the voice of royalty.

It would be nice, would it it not, if someone from this state recognized the sound of his voice.

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