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“You’ll do something. He’ll explain to you why it’s wrong, but he won’t tell you what to do. He’ll let you figure it out on your own. I feel like that’s better because it’s kind of instilled in your brain.”

Rambis said he hasn’t changed much about how he relays his messages in his second year. He’s just relaying them to a team that is better suited to apply those messages the way he wants them applied.

“They’re figuring me out just like I’m figuring them out,” Rambis said. “They’re starting to trust in what we do here and they’re seeing things work when they do it right.”