In the second part of our ten part Head Coach Academy we talked about building an effective resume as well as the interview process. We are joined by Ahmand Tinker who is a long time coach and current principal at Maggie Brown Middle School (GA) and Trevor Williams who is the Head Football Coach at Creekview High School (GA). We discuss important factors from making your resume stand out to how to conduct yourself through out the interview process.
Pat joins us ahead of Pitt's huge game against Clemson on Saturday. Hear what he says about the national talk about Pitt and Kenny Pickett, the matchup on the field and his plea for fans to pack the stadium. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Washington State fires their head football coach and four assistant coaches for not getting COVID vaccine. Shannon has your Salty Shakedown.
With Lance sick and out for the show today, John takes over the hour starting off with the pitching staff for the Houston Astros before breaking down last nights game with the Boston Red Soxs. Head Football Coach of Texas A&M, Jimbo Fisher joins The Bench to discuss his team recent win against Alabama. At the bottom of the hour, John talks about Houston Texans.
In this episode we replay part one of our ten part Head Coach Academy series. We talk with Hal Lamb, former Head Football Coach at Calhoun High School (GA) about being a good assistant coach and what it takes to work your way up through the ranks and preparing yourself for becoming a Head Coach.
Doug takes issue with a listener who calls him out for his vaccine opinion. Doug takes credit for being right about Pat Mahomes in the beginning,. He says the Chiefs superstar is amazingly talented but gunslingers and risktakers will let us down every once in a while. Doug commends Brandon Staley on his remarks about Jon Gruden and the people impacted by Gruden's emails. Cincinnati Bearcats Head Coach Luke Fickell joins Doug to talk about his team's success this season and how the team has ascended to being ranked number 3 in the country. Plus, Doug reacts to Nick Wright's take that Kyrie Irving needs to be traded by the Nets. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Sean Calhoun is currently the Head Football Coach at Vestavia Hills HS, in Vestavia Hills, AL. He is married to Kellie and they have 3 kids. The post Episode 177: Sean Calhoun, Head Football Coach, Vestavia Hills High School first appeared on All In Sports Outreach.
Episode 220: Matt Campbell, Head Football Coach at Iowa State University, presents live to our safety council on how to create a winning culture! Click here to view the video recording. For more information about the PCSC, visit PortageCountySafetyCouncil.com today
On the hour, the guys kicked off talking about Lance MuCullers Jr. pitching before moving on rest of the pitching lineup for the Houston Astros. Head Football Coach of Texas A&M, Jimbo Fisher joins breakings down the Aggies win against Alabama. ESPN Senior Writer Seth Wickersham joins The Bench discussing his new book, It's Better to Be Feared, as well as his time around Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots.
Your Boy Q gives you the News and Notes of the Day which all surrounds the resignation of Coach Jon Gruden including some of the details on why Gruden had to resign or ultimately get fired. Q also talks about who is he feels is hurt the most by the events that led to the resignation of Gruden, then your calls and text close out the show. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's a FOOTBALL FRIDAY. Today, Brock Huard talks to coach Hugh Freeze about the 2021 Liberty Flames, coaching QB Malik Willis, his faith in Jesus and the importance of staying humble. --- Receive our 10-day Sports Spectrum Devotional written by professional athletes for FREE when you sign up for our Sports Spectrum Weekly Email Newsletter. Sign up here.
The Nach On Sports Show Podcast Hosted by Anthony Nachreiner, if you enjoy the show please consider hitting the follow or subscribe button! Joining the podcast is Bozeman Hawk Head Football Coach Levi Wesche as we discuss his team coming off a tough loss to Senior and how they are getting ready for CMR. What does Coach Wesche see on film from the Rustlers?
The Nach On Sports Show Podcast Hosted by Anthony Nachreiner, If you enjoy the show please consider hitting the follow or subscribe button! Joining the podcast is CMR Football coach Dennis Morris as we discuss his team at 5-1 on the season. The Rustlers get ready for a big time Eastern AA clash with the Bozeman Hawks, what does Coach Morris see from the hawks?
Episode 82: Step into the life of Rachel Adams. Join Kristen Eargle, a fellow coach's wife and long-time TV Sports Reporter, as she goes one-on-one with the wife of Trey Adams, Head Football Coach at Evangelical Christian School in Memphis, Tennessee.
Chris and Shannon talk all of Sunday's NFL action and UTSA head football coach Jeff Traylor joins the show to talk about the Roadrunner's win over UNLV.
Tom Allen, Head Football Coach at Indiana University, shares his thoughts on the mindset it takes to step up and help out your team when you're needed most, as well as why love is the core component of every successful team he's been a part of. Allen and host of #ThePlaybook, David Meltzer, chat about a range of topics including why being the best always takes a lot of courage and how to avoid letting your past determine your future, as well as why everyone should be setting high standards, no matter the level of competition or obstacles that you are facing. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode we discussed the origin of HBCUs and where they stand today in society with their growing popularity. I also share my experience attending an HBCU in West Virginia plus we dive into the cultural impact Dieon Sanders has made after becoming a Head Football Coach for HBCU Jackson State University. Tune in!!
Episode 92 brought to you by saxtoninsurance.com & Cosmic Coffee & Beer GardenJay Norvell, who spent a cup of coffee in Austin as play caller and receivers coach on Charlie Strong's staff at Texas, is building Nevada into an annual bowl game participant and is competing for a Mountain West Conference championship.Over three decades of coaching experience, Norvell is a branch of the Hayden Fry coaching tree. Norvell played for Hayden Fry at Iowa and launched his coaching career in Hawkeye country after playing with the Stoops brother at Iowa.After a stint coaching in the National Football League Norvell eventually became a part of Bob Stoops' staff at Oklahoma as the offensive coordinator.And later coached on the other side of the Red River Rivalry in Austin.Norvell is loaded with stories and has that storytelling skill. He's also an author, Norvell wrote the book, Complete Wide Receiver.His brother is an actor and his wife, Kim has defied all odds battling Cystic Fibrosis and uses her platform to not only deliver awareness to the disease, but plays a role in fund raising for continued research to improve the lives of those battling Cystic Fibrosis.In Segment 2:Clynch previews the Texas Longhorns Big 12 opener vs Texas Tech in Austin. DeMarvion Overhshown tells the story about working at Brookshire Brothers in his hometown, Arp, Texas to help his family financially. UT running back, Roschon Johnson described the Longhorns' QB1 as OCD. Casey Thompson is extremely organized in his life, to say the least.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/StoriesManCave)
Episode 81: Step into the life of Maria Norvell. Join Kristen Eargle, a fellow coach's wife and long-time TV Sports Reporter, as she goes one-on-one with the wife of Mike Norvell, Head Football Coach at Florida State University.
Monty & Jake are talking USC Football, and their search for a new Head Football Coach to lead the Trojans. Who are the real candidates, and who are the names being floated to throw everyone off the trail? Is BYU Head Coach Kalani Sitake a legitimate candidate for the USC Football job? Would Kalani Sitake, who just signed an extension at BYU, leave Provo for USC? Is Urban Meyer really staying Jacksonville or is Urban saying what needs to be said? Dan Patrick reported that USC and James Franklin have mutual interest, but is Jame Franklin a name that excites USC Alum's? The Los Angeles Lakers have made a tweak to their offense, and it could be a game changer for the NBA Western Conference! Are the Los Angeles Lakers the best team in the West? In the NBA? How do the Lakers compare to the Utah Jazz? Are people undervaluing the LA Clippers? Thursday Night Football features the Washington Football Club vs The New York Giants, Monty and Jake break that game down and tell you where to go with your pick. Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Tiktok: TheMontyShow & SLCSuperCars Traeger Smoker: https://amzn.to/3y7lpeF Barlean's Total Omega - Orange: https://amzn.to/3kC3F6v Ghost Protein -Nutter Butter! https://amzn.to/3jk9czl Amino Energy Drink Cherry: https://amzn.to/2XT38FF Rockstar Recovery: https://amzn.to/2WgUQa4 One Bars: https://amzn.to/3D9wQGv
The guys start off the show by talking about the Astros and how they should rotate pitchers at the end of the season. Joel and Jeremy next get into the Houston Texans and their win over the Jags. The guys talk about who they think will be the next Head Football Coach at USC.
MLB and NFL had tributes on the 20th anniversary of 9-11 and UTSA head football coach Jeff Traylor joins the show talk about the Roadrunners win over Lamar.
In this episode we talk to Clay Stevenson, Head Football Coach at Calhoun High School and Casey Smith, Head Football Coach at Union Grove High School about how they work situational football in to their practices.
Crowley kicks the pod off by talking Narduzzi and some of the clown things he said about media disrespect ahead of the Pitt season starting. We also get into the steelers making a trade, more of the college football landscape, and the NHL allowing players to go to the olympics. You've been Cancelled ends the pod.
In this episode we talk to Matt Lezotte, Head Football Coach at Richmond Hill High School and Coleman Joiner, Head Football Coach at Whitfield Academy about some of the early season issues that teams run into, from handling non regions games to coming off a tough win or loss.
Hour 3: Wiggy and the crew discuss if Mac Jones has what it takes for the New England Patriots to make the playoffs this season. Former Notre Dame head football coach Charlie Weis joins the Greg Hill Show. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring Lake Erie College Head Coach, Reilly Murphy. Coach Murphy discusses his different experiences coaching at various college levels, provides insight on how to turn a struggling program around, and highlights the culture of accountability he has created within his team. Reilly Murphy is entering his third season as the Head Football Coach at Lake Erie College. Murphy came to Lake Erie College after serving as the offensive coordinator for fellow Division II member Fayetteville State University. While heading the offensive side of the ball the Broncos ranked among the top offenses in the country with an average of 32.33 points per game while rushing for 216 yards per contest, 26th in Division II. Fayetteville State was also in contention for the NCAA playoffs after being ranked regionally before the defeat in the championship game. Murphy's coaching career is diverse as he has coordinated offenses at private, public, and historically black colleges. He previously also served as the offensive coordinator of Dixie State University. Before that he was the assistant head coach and offensive coordinator at Western New Mexico University. Murphy has also coached at Bethel College, Notre Dame College, and Grossmont College. During his collegiate career, Murphy attended Grossmont where he played quarterback and led the Griffins to a national championship in 2005. He was an Academic All-American and was honored with the Joe Roth Memorial Award given annually to a California Junior College football player who best exemplifies characteristics of leadership, humility, and class. He was then granted a scholarship to play at Indiana State where he was a two-year starter and named the Gateway Conference's Newcomer of the Year in 2006. [1:04] Start of Interview [1:17] Coaching at different college levels [3:11] Being an effective recruiter [6:1] Turning a program around [9:13] Building up players in a program [11:55] Culture of accountability [19:08] Personal 35 Under 35 experience
Head coach of the Fightin' Texas Aggies Jimbo Fisher joins John and Lance on The Bench to talk about the Aggies' upcoming season and who his starting QB will be.
On today's Coach and Coordinator Podcast, we share a segment of the Virtual Football Summit with Jim Hilvert, Head Football Coach at Baldwin Wallace University. Coach Hilvert shares his philosophy on how to organize pre game from wake-up to kick off including on field pre game routine. Coach then discusses how he likes to handle in-game adjustments including giving each staff member a responsibility and avoiding the common mistake of coaches not having duties and becoming a fan instead of watching for specifics. He closes with his plan for half time and how they make that 15 minutes most productive in order to have a good second half plan. Duties, Responsibilities and Preparing Your Staff as a Head Coach https://bit.ly/3jbmdLo Jim Hilvert - 1st Interview https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/jim-hilvert-final Jim Hilvert - Maintaining Focus in-season https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/jim-hilvert-baldwin-wallace-university-ohio
Herm Edwards discusses why he is not worried about his reputation amid the NCAA recruiting violation allegations, why he is not concerned about the allegations becoming a distraction for his team and what he is looking forward to seeing from his football team this season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring Tiffin University Head Coach, Cris Reisert. Coach Reisert shares the importance of learning the opposite side of the ball, discusses his personal transition from player to coach, and goes into detail throughout his journey to becoming a head coach. Cris Reisert is entering his third season as the Head Football Coach at Tiffin University. Tiffin officially claimed the conference championship title in 2020 with a perfect 6-0 mark, playing a spring season due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Reisert earned his second consecutive Great Midwest Coach of the Year honor with an undefeated run through the league standings to officially make it back-to-back trophies. During the 2019 campaign, Reisert led the Dragons to arguably the best season in program history. Tiffin finished the regular season 9-1 along with a perfect 7-0 mark in GMAC play to claim the conference title. As a result, the Dragons earned their first-ever berth into the NCAA DII playoffs. Prior to Tiffin, Reisert served for two seasons as Ohio Dominican's offensive coordinator, helping to lead the Panthers to some of the top offensive numbers in Division II. Reisert directed one of the best offenses in the nation in 2017 as ODU led the country in completion percentage, passing efficiency and fewest turnovers committed, ranked second in third-down conversions, third in passing offense and fourth in total offense. Prior to that Reisert spent three seasons as the tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator at Elon University. Prior to working at Elon, Reisert spent the 2013 season as the assistant offensive line coach at Ball State University. As a four-year starter at quarterback for Ohio Dominican, Reisert set 10 NAIA passing records and was named the 2007 NAIA Player of the Year. [0:27] Start of Interview [0:56] Learning the opposite side of the ball [3:22] Transition from playing to coaching [6:33] Lessons learned coaching the Offensive Line [9:50] Coaching Tight Ends [13:32] Becoming a Coordinator [16:39] Learning from other coaches [19:05] Putting together a coaching staff [22:30] Personal 35 Under 35 testimony
The Drake Bulldogs football are an NCAA Division 1 Football Championship Subdivision non-scholarship college football program representing Drake University and Des Moines, Iowa. About Todd Stepsis Todd Stepsis, is the architect and Head Football Coach of the University of Drake football team. Stepsis is the 27th head coach in Drake history and took the reins of the program after five seasons as its defensive coordinator. In his first season as Head Coach, 21 student-athletes earned Pioneer Football League honors, the second-most in the PFL. In addition to the Bulldogs recognized for their play on the field, Drake's three selections to the CoSIDA Academic All-America team were the most among all NCAA Division I programs. In his previous role with the Bulldog football as the defensive coordinator, Stepsis built the Drake defense into one of the nation's top units and coached a total of 42 all-conference selections. In 2018, his defense was one of the best in the nation as the Bulldogs ranked ninth nationally in scoring defense (19.1 ppg), ninth in total defense (296.0 ypg), sixth in rushing defense (96.8 ypg), 10th in interceptions (17 INT), 10th in tackles for loss (8.1 TFL/g) and 15th in defensive touchdowns (3). Stepsis, a native of Shelby, Ohio, graduated with magna cum laude honors from Ashland University, where he was a four-year member of the football team, in 1999 with a degree in special education. He also received a master's degree from Ashland in sport education. About Joint Effort Podcast This podcast represents Dr. Barron Bremner and Dr. Jason Sullivan's opinions and their guests on the show. The content here should not be taken as medical advice. The content here is for informational purposes only, and because each person is so unique, please consult your healthcare professional for any medical questions. Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to ensure that the information we share is accurate, we welcome any comments, suggestions, or corrections of errors. Privacy is of the utmost importance to us. All people, places, and scenarios mentioned in the podcast have been changed to protect patient confidentiality. This podcast should not be used in any legal capacity whatsoever, including but not limited to establishing a "standard of care" in a legal sense or as a basis for expert witness testimony. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. In no way does listening, reading, emailing, or interacting on social media with our content establish a doctor-patient relationship.
PIAA State Champion and Head Football Coach of the Central Valley Warriors, Mark Lyons joins me for an educational and heartfelt interview. Mark shares his desire to continue learning, his commitment to passing on knowledge and the importance of giving. This incredible interview reminds us to have the courage to follow our true passion.Team: Host and Producer: Kiesha LalamaVideo/Audio Editor: Blake BesheroSocial Media Marketing: Randi RigglemanMusic: Jason CollLogo Design: Stephanie Barletto