Jimbo Fisher’s all about the “process” he learned from his time under Nick Saban. If the process is in place then the results will come. That’s the mantra when it comes to playing at an elite level.
If a player has to wear an orange jersey, it should be embarrassing to himself as well as his teammates. Those teammates should hold that player accountable for his actions which should motivate that player to give more effort at practice.
It’s the same philosophy as perform your assignment on the field each play. Don’t try to play hero ball, just do what you’re supposed to do and the play will take care of itself.
How many times have we heard Jimbo Fisher say, “The play don’t care who makes it?” If players are held accountable at practice, then the game should easy because a habit has been formed.
Like Fisher says, “Don’t do it until you get it right, do it until you can’t get it wrong.”