NFL Coaches Appreciate The New Gatorade Pouring Ban

Written by Abel Rodriguez

Tuesday, 10 September 2013

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NFL football coaches are thrilled with the new rule against pouring Gatorade on the winning coach.

NEW YORK CITY - The NFL reports that their newly implemented ban which prohibits players on a winning team from pouring a bucket of Gatorade on their coach has been extremely well received.

Sporting Chance Magazine reports that every coach, except one, replied that the ban should have gone into effect years ago.

Arizona Cardinals Coach Bruce Arians said that he kinda likes to have a nice cold bucket of Gatorade poured on him when his team is playing in the extreme heat of Arizona.

Meanwhile, New England Patriots Coach Bill Belichick told SCM's Sherwood Frisbee that he lost track of the times that his players poured ice cold Gatorade on his head after winning a game.

Coach Belichick said that he came very close to implementing a fine for any player dousing him with the orange drink. He said that he changed his mind when he spoke to Tom Brady's wife Gisele Bundchen who said it was part of football.

The NFL has mandated that anyone pouring a container of Gatorade on a coach will be fined $1,000.

The player or players will also be required to take a seven-step program on The Art of Obeying NFL Rules, Regulations, Directives, and Mandates.

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