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They Call Me Coach - Chapters 2 and 3 Summary & Analysis

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The 1965 championship game puts Coach Wooden in the same predicament. This time he pulls Doug McIntosh from the game. Again, Doug understands the choice and is happy that the team won even though he didn't get to finish the game. This makes Coach Wooden realize how great the relationship is between coach and player. He says it is more like father-son.

Coach Wooden talks about his own relationship with his father and one of the first lessons he recalls learning as a child. While working on the family farm, his brother flipped horse manure on him. Wooden called his brother an s.o.b. and his father heard. Both boys got in trouble. This is why he chose never to swear in his personal and professional life.

He talks about the note his father gave him for his elementary school graduation — something...

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