Many have said that he's much tougher on the team than we realize by his public persona, but there are a lot of times (like this weekend, based on sloppy play) when you wouldn't know it. If he's only tough on them with words and not actions (ie benching, moving down in order, etc) it's...
“We’re now starting to doubt our talent”
“Justin felt some stiffness, and we had to protect him”
“We just got too sped up on offense and had some bad swings when we could have brought in four or five runs.”
“I’ll be pissed off for the next four or five hours and then focus on our home...
You watch Tadlock at Texas Tech and Schloss at TCU, and both of those teams just execute better than we do year in and year out. I just think they coach the mental approach to baseball better than we do.