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Head Coach Rob Cooper
May 12, 2014
By Matt Allibone, GoPSUsports.com Student Staff Writer
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.- All season long, win or lose, Penn State baseball head coach Rob Cooper has approached every day the same way: with a clean slate.
That is because no matter how well or poorly his team may be playing, there is always room for improvement and dwelling on what happened the day before won't get you anywhere.
Going up against one of the premiere programs in the country in Indiana, the Nittany Lions were unable to come away with a victory during the weekend series, falling by scores of 10-0, 8-1, and 9-2, yet they never put their heads down.
"When we were playing well we didn't get too far ahead of it and it's the same thing now," Cooper said. "Come tomorrow we're 0-0 and the energy in the dugout (this weekend) was up and our guys were in the game the whole time."
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