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October 2001

October 2001


Climbing to the Summit

The path to the top of the coaching profession is well-defined... but is it correct?
by: Richard Scott
© October 2001

He's coached at the high school level, at the small college level, and the major college level for the past 24 seasons. Along the way, he's been an assistant head coach, an offensive coordinator, a running backs coach and a receivers' coach. Someday, Woody McCorvey would like to be a head coach on the college level.

That's why McCorvey is a position coach at the University of Tennessee. He knows being a coordinator or an assistant head coach might be the most obvious path to a head coaching job, but he also knows that there's more than one way to climb that mountain to the big corner office.

After eight years at the University of Alabama, where he served under coach Gene Stallings as an assistant head coach and offensive coordinator, McCorvey was a receivers coach at South Carolina in 1998 when he got an offer to become an offens....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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