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“He explained to me there are certain times when you’ve got to wear stuff on your sleeve a little bit more. And it’s OK to respond negatively and be upset about certain things,” said the normally cool and calm Crist.

“So that is something that I’ll definitely try to incorporate as well. … If things aren’t going well, showing guys that I’m upset and letting guys see that I’m upset. … Not necessarily saying it, but showing it through body language.”

Standout tight end Kyle Rudolph, who was limited to one catch in the 37-14 loss to Stanford, said his sore hamstring is improving and he should be full strength Saturday against the Eagles.