But anyone that played for Holtz would tell you that during a game there were some basic rules you could not get around no matter who you were. Golson seems incapable of grasphing where he can push and where he has to just give in.
Holtz, for example, would not give Golson the minute to regroup either. However, he would make Golson understand why it was in his best interests to not take that minute and instead listen to what Holtz was immediately telling him. After 3 years coaching Golson, this problem would no longer exist. It would have happened during practice and Holtz would have corrected it within a few days -- becasue those same mistakes would have surfaced during practices and Golson would also try to regroup during practice versus listen immediately.