The Paradox of Progress The above link is a great four minute read titled The Paradox of Progress, written by @jack_fleming1. Remember we all have the ability to succeed as coaches, just don’t get caught up comparing pathways.
This nugget to enhance your communication efficiency with your team comes from Dr. Kevin Elko, Dr. Elko’s website. Don’t say 5,000 things once…. say one thing 5,000 times.
Retro Box Score!
Many of you may remember seeing this play ran late clock, OBU, by Virginia Tech after a time-out in their NCAA game vs. Duke. I have had success running this play while coaching in college. So much success, in fact that I forgot to put the play in this season with my high school team:). […]
This resume needs to be more widely known, especially by those who have never coached college basketball and don’t know how the “business” works. Stop 1: Student Manager at University of Texas (under Tom Penders) Stop 2: Assistant Coach at NAIA school, Incarnate Word (TX) (now NCAA D1) Stop 3: Assistant Coach at NAIA school, […]
This is a great article about game preparation. It is written by Coach Steve Smiley, Associate Head Coach, University of Northern Colorado (@coach_smiley). It breaks down not only the game day itself, but the day prior. It also breaks down post-game activities by their staff. This article is full of great content, something for every […]
Click on the link to learn more about Coach Ben McCollum, Head Coach at Northwest Missouri State University, currently coaching an undefeated team in the NCAA Division II National Championship Game tomorrow at 3:00! Article on Ben McCollum
Good, quick read…. Check this out
There was a time that I did not coach. After the difficult birth of our first child, I decided to step away from the game I love and try another career that would challenge me, but also allow me to be home more than college coaching did. I became a financial advisor. During my seven […]