Texas A&M Basketball

State of the Program: Texas A&M starts at the beginning with Buzz Williams

August 13, 2019
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The idea is to educate his players on the practical, to teach 18- to 22-year-olds who look like grown men on the basketball court the realities of adulthood. Buzz Williams has been hosting these little seminars since he became a head coach 11 years ago. They’ve existed under different names — Life Lessons at Marquette, Tech Talks at Virginia Tech and now at Texas A&M, Get Better 101 — but the theme has been the same: to offer up tips on how to exist in the real world. Attendance is mandatory for anyone and everyone who is associated with the program, and that includes coaches.

 
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