|Category:||Sports Talk, UPS News|
|Tags:||logistics, football, college football, UPS Team Performance Index, Kirk Herbstreit, Desmond Howard, Troy Calhoun, Chip Kelly|
To me, nothing compares to a crisp fall Saturday. It’s all there: sweatshirt and jeans, crystal blue sky, blazing foliage, and the smell of freshly cut grass. All is right with the world . . . just don’t burn the brats.
Then, when game-time nears and the anticipation builds, things come into sharper focus. The strategy’s been set. The game-plan is in place. Now, it all comes down to performance and execution.
And, who better to share that experience than UPS’s new Game-Changer ambassadors: Air Force Academy Head Coach Troy Calhoun, Oregon Head Coach Chip Kelly, ESPN Analyst Kirk Herbstreit and ESPN Analyst Desmond Howard?
Let’s take a look at why Desmond Howard is a perfect UPS ambassador.
For starters, he’s a game-changer. From the play that ended in his iconic pose at the University of Michigan to the 99-yard return on professional football’s biggest stage that made him the game MVP, Desmond always performed with a consistency that couldn’t be deterred or contained.
His game-day success was the result of preparation and precision performance. Training enhanced his natural talent. Studying his opponents revealed game-time opportunities.
With those logistics firmly in place, he was ready to hit the seam and never look back until he reached pay-dirt.
For some fun, check out Desmond’s take on the logistics of home-tailgating, doing the wave, and more.