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8 Keys to watching the NCAA Tournament

8 Keys to watching the NCAA Tournament

I’ve been watching the NCAA Tournament my whole life! I remember watching Danny and the Miracles as a basketball crazy 9 year old and filling out a bracket with my gambling loving grandmother.  With 30 years of NCAA tournament experience, here are the 8 keys to enjoying the round of 64. Live in the Pacific

Being a Double-Goal Coach®

Being a Double-Goal Coach

Strive to win while teaching life lessons   Model and Teach Honoring the Game Teach ROOTS – respect for Rules, Opponents, Officials, Teammates, and one’s Self Distribute PCA’s Parent/Guardian Letter to help parents Honor the Game Appoint a parent to be “Culture Keeper” for the team Drill Honoring the Game in practice Seize teachable moments

NCAA Women's Basketball 2015 Division1 Championships - 4th Round: Florida State vs South Carolina MAR 29

Doing the Little Things Right = More Wins

What little things can you do to build “Team” during the off-season? Build team through ownership – Senior led workouts, open gyms, meetings, team events, etc. Build commitment – Morning/Weekend workouts – it is the seniors job to get them there and monitor attendance Build Trust – Lift, run, play, study, sacrifice – PAY THE

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Virginia Cavaliers Mover-Blocker Offense

Much of the talk from college basketball fans and media this season has been about the Kentucky Wildcats and their pursuit of an undefeated season. Rightfully so, John Calipari’s crew has a chance to make history. However, the team that I get asked more about than any other team by coaches is the Virginia Cavaliers. Coaches are

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