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Coaching Turnover - Heading for an All Time High?

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3 minutes ago, Blue Racer said:

Name a profession without stain, please. 

Lol, nice attempt at a red herring.

 

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Daddy is going to be mad when he gets home and sees how you derailed his thread.

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58 minutes ago, The TW said:

Daddy is going to be mad when he gets home and sees how you derailed his thread.

Whose your Daddy?

 

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...and actually it’s “Who is” in this case, but I know you are not one to quibble over details. 

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On 12/15/2017 at 11:29 AM, Muda69 said:

Lol, nice attempt at a red herring.

 

This is hilarious! Talk about the pot calling the kettle black. 🙄

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On 12/15/2017 at 9:55 AM, Muda69 said:

Exactly how does extracurricular athletics equip young men to be great husbands and fathers?

 

Just goes to show how incompetent you are about the sport of football based on this statement. 

I'll list a few:

Hardwork

Dedication

Team first metality

Mental Toughness

Physical Toughness

Teamwork

 

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27 minutes ago, POTLUCK said:

Just goes to show how incompetent you are about the sport of football based on this statement. 

I'll list a few:

Hardwork

Dedication

Team first metality

Mental Toughness

Physical Toughness

Teamwork

 

Hmm. I see Love nowhere in that list.  Telling.

 

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Just now, Muda69 said:

Hmm. I see Love nowhere in that list.  Telling.

 

Again you failed to read the entire post. You have selective vision. I said I will list a few. I could list over 100 positive characteristics football has that helps mold young men into great husbands and fathers. 

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6 minutes ago, POTLUCK said:

Again you failed to read the entire post. You have selective vision. I said I will list a few. I could list over 100 positive characteristics football has that helps mold young men into great husbands and fathers. 

Wow, over 100?    With that number of supposed benefits why isn't every parent putting the pads and helmet on their children?  Does any other activity have any number remotely approaching 100?

 

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1 hour ago, Muda69 said:

Wow, over 100?    With that number of supposed benefits why isn't every parent putting the pads and helmet on their children?  Does any other activity have any number remotely approaching 100?

 

Sure there are other activities that provide positive characteristics for our youth. With this being a football forum, I ironically associated it with football. I never said that football was the end all be all for extracurricular activities. 

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1 hour ago, Muda69 said:

Wow, over 100?    With that number of supposed benefits why isn't every parent putting the pads and helmet on their children?  Does any other activity have any number remotely approaching 100?

 

There are other activities that provide those supposed benefits, but you would need to troll those sites to know for sure. 

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12 minutes ago, Blue Racer said:

There are other activities that provide those supposed benefits, but you would need to troll those sites to know for sure. 

Winner, winner right there!

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28 minutes ago, Blue Racer said:

There are other activities that provide those supposed benefits, but you would need to troll those sites to know for sure. 

But football is the best in providing those supposed benefits, is it not?

 

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It had been tough navigating through this thread considering how much air time this "bro-culture" has been given but I am wondering one thing. Many have said more has been added to coaches plates in recent years and may be a reason for the turnover. What might all that be? Especially in High School. What has been added to "in-season" and "Off-season" workloads that could be contributing to the turnover?

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1 hour ago, INDHOF03 said:

It had been tough navigating through this thread considering how much air time this "bro-culture" has been given but I am wondering one thing. Many have said more has been added to coaches plates in recent years and may be a reason for the turnover. What might all that be? Especially in High School. What has been added to "in-season" and "Off-season" workloads that could be contributing to the turnover?

Maybe instead of the workload being too much, maybe it's the person not being ready to handle that responsibility? That could be an option too.

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