Jon Jancek took over as the defensive coordinator at Cincinnati back in January of 2010 and led one of the more dominant defenses in college football last season. Last year the Bearcats led the nation in tackles for loss (8.62 per game), was 2nd nationally in sacks (3.46 per game), and 9th in turnover margin (.92).
A large part of that success is how Jancek has focused on communicating with his players, which you see first hand in the clip below.
"I have to communicate with them in a way that doesn't damage their self esteem, doesn't damage the type of person that they are, but they certainly leave practice, or after a game knowing what they did wrong, what's expected, what they did well, and continue to grow."
Jancek also talks about observing how his son's freshman coaching staff teaches and how that has helped him keep things in perspective as a coach.