Favreは “タッカーカールソン今日” 成長した様子をホストし、父親をコーチとして高校のフットボールをした経験を詳しく説明しました.
Favreは彼の父をからのSergeantCarterと比較しました “Gomer Pyle,” who yelled constantly, even when he was being polite and speaking ‘softly.’
“There was a lot of hard work, a lot of spankings, yellings. But that was the way we grew up. My dad was coaching high school football since I was a little kid.” Favre told Carlson in part one of the two-part sitdown.
Carlson asked if Favre’s father ever made excuses for him when he made a mistake.
“He never felt sorry for me. 番号. I was probably treated the worst on the whole team. あなたが知っています, strangely, I got that. I didn’t particularly like it, but I got it.” Favre continued.
“Now my dad was– he was not really a technician, from a coach’s perspective. It was more just work hard, be tough, be a great teammate. That was kind of his three things.” Favre added.
Favre told Carlson that his father’s tough love mentality continued into his professional career.
“While I’m in Green Bay… when I really was playing exceptionally well, he would come to games. And after the game, he’d ride to the game with me in my truck, and he would ride back home after the game with me in the truck. And he would critique the way I played.”
Brett Favre’s two-part interview resumes today, detailing his best and worst career moments, available to stream on フォックスネーション.