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It Is Time To Take Women Seriously As Men’s Coaches
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It Is Time To Take Women Seriously As Men’s Coaches

May 10th, 2017 | by Dan Matheson
According to the NCAA Sport Sponsorship, Participation and Demographics database, men occupy more than 60 percent of Division I head coaching positions on women’s teams, but women only hold about 3.5 percent of head coaching...
You Don’t Need The NFL Draft To Prove You’re A Player’s Coach
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You Don’t Need The NFL Draft To Prove You’re A Player’s Coach

April 27th, 2017 | by Matthew Monte
The NFL Draft is tonight, and while 87% of football programs in this country won’t have a player selected, there still might be a reason to pay attention. For college programs, especially the ones with players being...
Your Complete Guide To Football’s Tenth Coach
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Your Complete Guide To Football’s Tenth Coach

January 27th, 2017 | by Juan Lozano
Buenos Dias. I’m back. And I’m ready to talk coaching. As soon as the final whistle sounded in the college football national title game, coaches collective thoughts immediately turned to the coming 2017 season and...
Non-compete Clauses Becoming A Bigger Trend In Preventing Lateral Coaching Staff Moves
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Non-compete Clauses Becoming A Bigger Trend In Preventing Lateral Coaching Staff Moves

January 13th, 2017 | by Ronnie Burton Jr
Now that bowl season has ended many assistant coaches are receiving new deals. In the last couple of weeks Jim Leavitt, Oregon’s new defensive coordinator, signed a 4-year deal worth $1.15 million annually. In addition Michigan...
Coaching At Your Alma Mater Offers Unique Challenges
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Coaching At Your Alma Mater Offers Unique Challenges

December 11th, 2015 | by Laurie Gallagher
You can’t go home again. Or who says you can’t go home. Is Thomas Wolfe right? Or Jon Bon Jovi? When you look at the coaching carousel and realize how many college coaches have returned to their alma mater to coach, it seems...
Would You Do Anything To Get Ahead In Your Career?
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Would You Do Anything To Get Ahead In Your Career?

May 4th, 2015 | by Juan Lozano
(Ed. Note – This post was written by new contributor Juan Lozano as a way to help our readers better navigate their early coaching and administrative careers. From time to time, Juan will offer advice, drawing from his...