Bob Crable: Why I Love My Coach

Bob Crable had the unique opportunity to play for Coach Gerry Faust at Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller High School and at the University of Notre Dame.
Bob was born in Cincinnati, Ohio and attended Archbishop Moeller High School, and compiled an accomplished high school football career. His Moeller high school teams won three consecutive football state championships and compiled a three-season record of 36–0.

He attended the University of Notre Dame and pursued a degree in business administration and marketing. He played football for coach Dan Devine and coach Gerry Faust's Notre Dame Fighting Irish football teams from 1978 to 1982, and his play earned him recognition from his teammates, and was selected as team captain his junior and senior seasons. He was nearly a unanimous All-America pick in both 1980 and 1981 compiling the following statistical records: 521 career tackles—still a Notre Dame record; most tackles in a season (187 in 1979) and a game (26 vs. Clemson in 1979) and his 26 tackles also ties an NCAA record.
After graduating from Notre Dame, Bob was selected in the first round (23rd pick) of the 1982 NFL Draft by the New York Jets. He played linebacker with the Jets for seven years. After sustaining two knee injuries that ended his professional football career, he returned to Cincinnati. 
I asked him one day, what part football impacted him the most: High School, College or Pro.
He answered immediately. High School because of Coach. Coach Faust is one of the most influential men in my life.
We did this short video together where he describes why he loves Coach Faust so much.
1. Memory - it tells people how much you really care when you remember their name
2. Dedication - to his faith, his family, to Moeller High School, to Notre Dame
3. Love - How he showed his love to his players
4. Win with Class - He reflected that we were a Catholic school
5. Forgiving - When he was let go by Notre Dame, the way he lets things roll off his back
What do you most admire about your Coach?