Auburn opted for a reboot following the 2020 season as it went well of the grid by bringing in Boise State head coach Bryan Harsin. Harsin, of course, had a strong run of success at his alma mater as he went 69-19 in 7 seasons at the helm of the Broncos, but the SEC is obviously a much different story than the Mountain West.

With the arrival of Harsin has come a number of changes, and one of them has come in how football players get around the Auburn Athletics Complex.

According to’s Tom Green, there won’t be any elevators being taken by Tigers players unless they’re injured. Harsin explained during Tiger Talk that there is a sign installed near the elevators stating the rule, requiring players to use the stairs in order to instill a “blue-collar mentality” within the program.

And apparently, Harsin is following his own rule—and then some—saying on the program that he climbs the stairs each day around 18 times.

Harsin’s certainly making his mark on the culture of the program. Whether that translates to more wins on the football field remains to be seen.