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The Coaches Collective
29 minutes | 5 days ago
Jennifer King, Assistant Running Backs Coach, The Washington Football Team.
This week, in Episode 6, we sit down with Coach Jennifer King, the Assistant Running Backs Coach, for The Washington Football Team. Coach King also happens to be the first female African American full-time assistant in NFL history.Not only a story for aspiring female coaches, Coach King has a story that should resonate and inspire EVERY coach. Show Notes:00:00 - Intro01:25 - Her Journey - College Basketball -> Carolina Panthers -> Dartmouth -> The Washington Football Team05:25 - Culture & Ron Rivera - "It starts with Standard."07: 45 - Advice to ALL young coaches. "Make yourself valuable."09:55 - Coaching NFL RB's.11:35 - The ability to communicate & build trust.12:45 - Biggest hurdle between coaching HS, College, and now Professionals.14:00 - Dartmouth, Coach Buddy Teevens - The pipeline.16:10 - The day to day NFL workload.17:27 - First time stepping onto an NFL field.21:30 - Relationships between women in the NFL.24:10 - Living the history of Football.26:00 - Who she is studying?27:02 - If your dream job is offered tomorrow, are you ready?To stay up to date with the show and the projects we're working on, make sure to give us a follow on Twitter (@CoachCollect)! Hosted by:@CoachPerk_ @CoachDanCasey@CoachMalleo
36 minutes | 12 days ago
Phil Longo, Offensive Coordinator, University of North Carolina.
This week on The Coaches Collective, we caught up with Phil Longo, Offensive Coordinator, from the University of North Carolina. From coaching at Parsippany Hills High School and making trips down to the University of Kentucky to pick Mike Leach's brain, to now leading the most productive Offense in College Football, at North Carolina, Longo has a story and journey that resonates with so many coaches.We talk about how he has crafted his own "Air Raid" offensive philosophy over the years (one that lead to the most productive rushing attacks in the country.)Longo gives us a glimpse of what it is like to work under the legendary Mack Brown and the culture they are building at UNC.Get your pen and paper ready for another week of The Coaches Collective.
42 minutes | 19 days ago
Randy Bates, Defensive Coordinator, University of Pittsburgh.
This week of The Coaches Collective, Episode 4, we caught up with Coach Randy Bates, Defensive Coordinator, University of Pittsburgh.2019 Spring camp was set to begin, and again, Randy Bates didn’t have time for a yearly physical. This policy was put in place by Coach Pat Narduzzi, to include his entire staff. He was a little more worried about practice prep for the following day. Bates now credits Narduzzi with saving his life. Coach gives us a glimpse of what it was like leading a defense while battling cancer during the 2019 season. His story is another prime example of how, most of the time, Football is much bigger than Football.“They’ll throw rings on my grave, but the relationships are what last forever.”At 60 years old, the 2020 AFCA Assistant Coach of the Year is still learning and fine-tuning his defensive scheme. Learning the aggressive Narduzzi defense, is what brought him to Pitt in the first place. If you’ve watched the Pitt defense this year, without question, they play aggressive. His key to getting his guys to play that way? Simple. Don’t track missed tackles.Get your pen and paper ready for another episode of The Coaches Collective.
63 minutes | 22 days ago
Brian Kight, The Daily Discipline - Craft Your Teams Culture.
“Why do you have a system to teach Offense, Defense, and Special Teams, but nothing for your Teams Culture?” Why do Coaches preach Culture & Standards daily, but fail to actually practice them? This week on The Coaches Collective, we talk with the Coaches' Coach, Brian Kight. BK is the founder of The Daily Discipline Newsletter & Podcast. He has worked with countless number of College & Professional teams and coaches, giving them tools to developing their own unique systematic approach to Culture. Arguably, the most underrated, and over-used term in all of sports is Culture. This week, there is no beating around the bush. We dive right in it: Why do coaches fail?Doesn't Matter, Get Better. This episode goes far beyond X’s & O’s. It’s a real look at where coaches, leaders and teams fail. What sets top teams and coaches apart? They follow a simple systematic approach to building their standards. Get your pen and paper ready for another episode of The Coaches Collective.
50 minutes | a month ago
Jamey Chadwell, Head Football Coach, Coastal Carolina.
Bleach Blonde Mullets, WWF stunts, and 5'9'' Offensive Lineman, The Coastal Carolina Chanticleers took college football by storm in 2020.2 top 25 wins, which happened to be the first 2 in program history.The Chants were ranked as high as No. 12 in the CFP Rankings, which is also a Sun Belt record.After a few minutes of listening to Coach Chadwell, it's easy to see, this "overnight" success didn't simply happen overnight. It was all part of a plan: You build a culture on values and it's not easy. "And sometimes...you suffer for what you love."From North Greenville, Delta State, Charleston Southern and now Coastal Carolina, Chadwell has found a recipe to win with less. Coaches across the country have become enamored with how he’s married a number of offensive schemes together, and created a system to fit his team, but the recent success is the result of much more than just a high-powered Offense. "You can coach fear into your guys, or you can coach love into them. Teams who win, aren't afraid to fail. Failure is a part of growth. " If you happened to tune into a Coastal Carolina game this year, it was evident, these guys weren't afraid to fail.We talk about the culture they've developed, offensive scheme, and the big debate...Moe's or Chipotle?Get your pen and paper ready for another episode of The Coaches Collective.
74 minutes | 2 months ago
Bob Ladouceur, The Longest Winning Streak in Sports.
151 consecutive wins...no losses. 399 career wins and only 25 losses.This week on The Coaches Collective, we have the chance to sit down with Coach Bob Ladouceur, legendary former Head Football Coach at De La Salle High School in California. Most well-known for his historic 151 game win streak, Class of '01 National High School Football HOF induction, and his career record of 399-25-3, but he's the last guy to talk stats and accolades. Coach is a prime example of what it means to lead and win. In this episode, he details his historic ''process''. Get your pen and notepad ready for this one.By Coaches, for coaches - content you can take from the Podcast to the Field.
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