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Coach Sark, apologized to just about everyone he could think of from the media, to the University President to the donors and boosters as well as his children for his behavior that resulted from mixing alcohol with his medication. He said he is going to get treatment, and swore off alcohol for the season. He also cleared up some of the more exaggerated rumors about allegedly encouraging a culture of drinking among his players. Only coaches had alcohol only in their office, never in the locker room and only in celebration after big wins. That practice has ended now as well.
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"He came to us as a man apologized, looked us in the face, told us some things and you know that's hard to do but at the end of the day I think he earned more respect from us and the team and I think it brought us closer together"
"There is no one else in the country we'd rather have as a head coach"
"We've dealt with much worse, obviously everybody makes mistakes this is just another one of things where its tough you know, you gotta deal with it and we've moved on."
"He's still our head coach at the end of the day, we love him and we're going to support him 100%"
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