Kliff Kingsbury Brought An Ice Cream Truck Full of Bottle Service Girls to Practice

Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury is a “player’s coach,” and he’s as unique as they come in the college football coaching world.

And he recently appeared on the Dan Le Batard Show. In the interview, he decided to reveal a big motivating tool he used when at the University of Houston.

Bottle service girls in an ice cream truck—he’s doing it right (below quote via CoachingSearch.Com).

(Other show host): What’s the craziest thing you’ve done in an effort to have a good practice?

“When we were at the University of Houston (as an assistant under Kevin Sumlin), we brought an ice cream truck, but we filled it with some girls from one of the clubs, the bottle girls. That was impressive. That was a good practice.”

(LeBatard): Wait a minute. Wait a minute. What did you do? You filled an ice cream truck?

“The bottle service. The cute bottle service girls. In Houston, you can do that. You can’t do that in Lubbock. There is no bottle service in Lubbock.”

Unfortunately, there isn’t any video of said ice cream truck. But for now, it’s always fun to watch him do the “stanky leg.”

(H/T: CoachingSearch.Com)

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