first, before you brady-lovers come out and accuse me of brady-bashing, lemme say that I think brady is a good teacher of the game and usually has his players preapred physically. but, oh, is he awful when it comes to manging the psyche of his players...and yes, I realize the tigers are hurting right now. take a look at these quotes and if you think these are good for the team, you're nuts: after the ark game before fla: brady said something to the effect (don't have the exact quote) that LSU deserves to be in the top 25 and shortly thereafter the rest of the team was spouting off this nonsense. before the vandy game: "It's going to be hard to reload our team the way it should reload in order to play at Vanderbilt," Brady said. "We'll just have to see. before the miss st. (this one I love): "I don't know how we'll play against Mississippi State, but we'll be better Sunday," Brady said. after the miss st game: "We'd like four, of course, but two for sure at least," Brady said. "The best-case scenario for us is a minimum of one win. Two more wins before the SEC Tournament would solidify it. One (win) and we might have to win a first-round game." With a team that's playing badly, he continues to harp on the things he can't control, injuries, pools, rpi, etc. he has instilled a defeatist attitude in these kids. instead of saying that we'll go to war with what we got and give it our best, he basically gives up the chances of winning with that lame attitide... brady would do well to meet with mr. saban and learn a little about clutter 101. remember, these are young kids playing the game, not professionals who can turn it on at any time. the coach is integral to managing the psychology of the players and brady must of failed that easy A.