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Bill Belichick details his ‘less is more’ philosophy on coaching staffs

Bill Belichick details his ‘less is more’ philosophy on coaching staffs

Belichick talked to Rabil about the differences between overseeing specific departments (e.g. medical, video, training, sports science etc.) that aren’t “in the football coaching manual” and a... »

The NCAA put out a diversity hiring pledge. Notre Dame and Boston College won’t sign.

The NCAA put out a diversity hiring pledge. Notre Dame and Boston College won’t sign.

While racial diversity on the sidelines and front offices of professional sports leagues has improved in the past decade, the situation in college athletics, according to NCAA data, remains la... »

As NCAA zeroes in on college football staff sizes, survey shows inconsistencies

As NCAA zeroes in on college football staff sizes, survey shows inconsistencies

There has been an outcry from coaches and reformers about staff sizes as they relate to competitive advantage. Bowlsby said last month staff size would be one of two up-front issues to get a c... »

New Temple coach Geoff Collins bringing the swag to surging Owls

New Temple coach Geoff Collins bringing the swag to surging Owls

After back-to-back 10-win seasons under former coach Matt Rhule, Collins’s tenure at Temple promises both similar philosophies and an open door to unique twists. Collins and Rhule are close fr... »

How the AAC became a launching pad for Power 5 coaches

How the AAC became a launching pad for Power 5 coaches

"The American Athletic Conference has become a breeding ground for great coaches," Houston athletic director Hunter Yurachek said this week at the AAC spring meetings. »

High school coaches rail against new NCAA rule

High school coaches rail against new NCAA rule

There are numerous examples of current college coaches climbing the ladder from analyst or off-field positions to their current statures, an opportunity that high school coaches now fear is in... »

New bylaw allows Arizona high school coaches to hold year-round practices

New bylaw allows Arizona high school coaches to hold year-round practices

On March 3, the Arizona Interscholastic Association’s legislative council voted 39-5 to let high school coaches hold practices with their teams year-round. »

Pros and cons of the NCAA’s new early signing period

Pros and cons of the NCAA’s new early signing period

2018 recruits will be the first class of prospects to experience the December signing period, though they can still wait until the traditional signing day in February. »

Early signing period crosses final hurdle, officially approved: 4 things to know

Early signing period crosses final hurdle, officially approved: 4 things to know

On Monday, the Collegiate Commissioners Association approved changes to the National Letter of Intent program, which the association runs. Those changes include a new, 72-hour early signing pe... »

A battle rages at Kansas State over whether Bill Snyder’s son will be his successor

A battle rages at Kansas State over whether Bill Snyder’s son will be his successor

It's hard to recall a more vulnerable major-college program that has hinged on such a contentious line of succession. Bill is the oldest coach in the FBS. His son is dad's hand-picked successo... »

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