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October 2007

October 2007


High Maintenance vs. Low Maintenance

by: David Buchanan
Head Coach at Mason County H.S., Maysville, KY
© October 2007

(The following article was written by David Buchanan, Head Coach at Mason County High School in Maysville, Ky. A similar questionnaire can be adopted for your program. Coach Buchanan can be reached at david.buchanan@kyschools.us )

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As a football player, you want to be a low maintenance player. High maintenance players require a lot of time and attention by the coaches to get them to do the things they are suppose to do. College coaches generally shy away from high maintenance players- they want to focus on coaching football, not holding a player's hand.

This questionnaire is an instrument to help you measure your maturity at this point and maintenance level. Low maintenance gu....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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