In light of some of the problems that some college football teams have had with a few players, I have come to the conclusion that what they need is a team mom. After all, all six of my kids are playing sports this year and these young kids seem to have a basic understanding of what it means to be a part of the team and what is expected of them as well as the consequences for breaking the rules and being a poor sport. They are much younger than these college players but already it clicks that there are consequences for your behavior. One thing that helps things run smoothly with each of my kids’ teams is having a team mom….so this season I am willing to step up and be the team mom for the FSU Seminoles football team.
So Jimbo Fisher, I am going to take some of the pressure off of you as the head coach and let you focus on coaching and I will focus on keeping the players in line.
RULES FROM A TEAM MOM
9. Break a law and after you get done answering to me, you will be off the team. You have been blessed with talent and an opportunity…..but that does NOT make you above the law.Let’s review some basic laws: The legal drinking age is 21. Drink and Get in a Car and I will personally take away your keys; take you to and from school, practice, and all activities necessary for 6 months. In addition, pack your bags because you will be bunking at my house and sharing a room with my 5 year old. If you are going to be so irresponsible….let me make sure you have a roommate of the same maturity level. Drugs are illegal….so is carrying a weapon. The excuse “I was carrying it for someone else” will not be acceptable. If you are hanging out with people that “carry” that kind of stuff- you are guilty by association. I suggest you try and make some new friends. Assault will get you time in jail….I really don’t care who or why you hit someone. Hands are for helping not hurting. On a final note…snacks will be provided after every game.