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Open Door PolicyTim Walsh
© November 2005
In his 13th season as head coach of the Portland State Vikings, Tim Walsh has the distinction of being the longest tenured and winningest football coach in the program’s history. After taking over for legendary Vikings coach Pokey Allen, Walsh helped lead Portland State to three straight NCAA playoff appearances.
In 1996, the Portland State athletics program made the move to Division I-AA (from Division II) in football. That placed Walsh in the position of having to build an under-funded, under-scholarshiped program at a higher level of competition. Additionally, the Vikings – at the time – were without an athletics’ weight room, training facility, an academic center and team room.
Walsh and his staff answered the challenge as each year the Vikings got better. Since 1999, PSU has had five winning seasons and made their....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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