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Handle Timeouts Like 11-Time National Champion, Sue Enquist

Handle Timeouts Like 11-Time National Champion, Sue Enquist

Handle Timeouts Like 11-Time National Champion, Sue Enquist

Last weekend I had the honor of speaking at Dan Tudor’s National Collegiate Recruiting Conference. The whole experience brought new meaning to “drinking out of a fire hydrant!” (BTW, if you’re a college coach and don’t use Dan Tudor’s services or at least get his newsletter, you’re missing some great stuff. Check him out here.) I

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5 Ways to Handle a Recruiting Miss

College coaches invest a ton of time, money and energy in the beast called recruiting. Phone calls, text messages, creative mailers. Planning and executing one-of-a-kind experiences otherwise known as official visits. All this in order to learn as much about recruits as possible—a process that goes on not for months, but typically years. And yet, even

Mick Cronin’s Cincinnati Bearcats Basketball Philosophy

Notes taken from the 2012 Brayden Carr Foundation Coaching Clinic. University of Cincinnati Men’s Basketball Coach Mick Cronin spoke on some of his on and off court philosophies for the Bearcats! Off the Court Each day his players are being recruited to not listen to him (from outsiders). Accept it and work to counteract that negativity-why

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