New Tennessee Volunteers head coach Butch Jones wants to ensure that his team is prepared for everything that comes their way during the upcoming season, so he has called on some unorthodox techniques to get his team ready for their 2013 campaign.
According to GoVolsXtra.com, Jones brought a few random distractions to his practice sessions while the offense was driving the ball. Here are some of the interesting choices of distractions from the report:
A baby crying. A siren screeching. An airplane taking off. A car alarm wailing incessantly.
With the offense approaching the end zone, Jones signaled for the noise. It wasn’t crowd noise or heavy metal, as some teams use. It was ear-splitting, annoying and, yes, quite distracting.
The craziest part of Jones’ distractions are that he says he is just getting started.
It’s not exactly a technique that coaches in the past have found useful, but we will see this season whether or not Jones choice of distracting sounds proves to get the Volunteers ready for their upcoming season.
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