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April 2009

April 2009


Appreciating the constants in the now transitory coaching profession

by: Mike Kuchar
Senior Writer, American Football Monthly
© April 2009

Guess how many head coaching changes were made in major college football this year? Not five, not ten, not 20… but 22. Yes, 22 out of the 119 FBS programs are undergoing a new reign. For those that aren’t math majors, that’s nearly 20 percent. What’s even more interesting is that a dozen of those 22 coaches that either left on their own accord or fired were on the job five or less years.
There’s a reason why the Paternos, the Bowdens and the Beamers of the coaching profession are so esteemed. Aside from their innate ability to coach and mentor those under them, they’ve had the sense – luckily by choice – to know when they had a good thing going and remain there for their entire careers. They weren’t keeping one eye on the practice field and one on the wanted ads. We are ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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