After TCU QB Trevone Boykin made a nice little run Thursday night, West Virginia head coach Dana Holgorsen gave him a high-five for his effort. If your a player on his team, do you want your coach doing this?

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Somehow I don't see this catching on in the SEC.
Reply65 months
It's a respectful, 'you got me' high 5. Nothing wrong with that.
Reply66 months
Reply66 months
only one thing about this, if you say "nice play" in a disappointed voice, (ie the other team) it could easily come off as fake and condescending, where as a high(or low) five is an obvious legit display of respect.
Reply66 months

I mean really?

And there is no big deal in a coach showing some respect for a good player. I rather that than some of those idiot coaches that get caught tripping and pushing down players.
Reply66 months
"You're" Larry. For fricks sake
Reply66 months
Dana!!!!!!!! Go choctaws
Reply66 months
That was a low-five, Larry. Come on.
Reply66 months
Why is this a story? It's no big deal for a coach to appreciate an opposing player or play.
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