Culpepper, Pat 1971-07-17

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Pat Culpepper, a member of the Baylor University football coaching staff in Waco, discusses college football and college athletes in general.

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Interviewee Name: Pat Culpepper

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Date: July 17, 1971

Location: Waco, Texas

Interviewer: Perry McWilliams

Length: 50 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Football, Background, Cleburne, Texas, High School, Brooks Conover, football coach, Attended University of Texas, Austin, Texas, Football program, Darrell Royal, Head Coach, Discussion of team, Win/loss record, Darrell Royal (again), Personality, Discipline, Highlight years, Attitude about football players' hair, Coaches' relationship with players, Dedication, Rules, Description of clean-cut athlete, Discipline (again), Curfews, Clean-cut athlete (again), Code of conduct, Derived from current trends, Collegiate athletes, Standard of excellence, Discussion of groups, Clean-cut (again), Unruly, Player attitude and conduct, Discipline (again), Appearance

Tape 1, Side 2: Football (continued), Discipline (again), Treatment of players, Coaching philosophy, Rules, Discipline (again), Curfews (again), Player condition, Self-discipline, Darrell Royal (again), Player philosophy, University of Texas, Discipline breakdown

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