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A coach that turned around one program, wasn't give a chance at another because of an assistant coach didn't like something?

Typical South Bend dealing with things.  That's why South Bend will never be successful in football.

We may have our occasional good team but consistent success is almost impossible.

Why would anyone want to coach in South Bend is beyond me.

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1 hour ago, LaSalle Lions 1976 said:

Why would anyone want to coach in South Bend is beyond me.

 reasons to coach in sb

1. Great kids. Often times these kids are in desperate need of role models. Being a mentor to these kids is incredibly rewarding to a lot of people. 

2. Embracing challenges. Some coaches WANT to run programs that have had a lot of struggle. Running a program in south bend presents a ton of challenges that simply do not exist. 

 

 

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1 hour ago, LaSalle Lions 1976 said:

A coach that turned around one program, wasn't give a chance at another because of an assistant coach didn't like something?

Typical South Bend dealing with things.  That's why South Bend will never be successful in football.

We may have our occasional good team but consistent success is almost impossible.

Why would anyone want to coach in South Bend is beyond me.

Coaches need to be on board with the head coach.  Witnessed this first hand last year (2015 season) where a few assistants were not on board with the head coach.  It turned disastrous and cancerous.....eventually leading to our head coach resigning.  

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I hate to see it end for Coach Redman this way.  He worked hard and developed the Adams program to respectability and then gets fired for reasons no one seems to understand.  Then he gets hired at Clay, which is  a  all-sports sinkhole.  Best of luck to Coach Redman in the future.  

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13 minutes ago, yellowjacket said:

I hate to see it end for Coach Redman this way.  He worked hard and developed the Adams program to respectability and then gets fired for reasons no one seems to understand.  Then he gets hired at Clay, which is  a  all-sports sinkhole.  Best of luck to Coach Redman in the future.  

Wouldn't be surprised if he lands as an assistant at Mishawaka, getting his revenge on Clay and Adams yearly for the foreseeable future

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Don't know Redman personally at all, but was quite surprised that he also stepped down from teaching.  Maybe he is getting out of the profession all together.  Good Job SB School Corp.  Chasing away people that are willing to teach and coach (which is a dying breed).  Enjoy your outside corporation coaches that will do their best.  Nothing beats a coach in the building.  (Seeing it first hand)

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Here's an update on the story from WNDU

http://www.wndu.com/content/sports/After-being-cleared-of-wrongdoing-Redman-decides-to-step-away-as-Clay-football-coach-400331911.html

I'll add I do know Craig Redman and he's a good man. Twice, he's received the shaft from the SBCSC. So, he's doing the right thing by stepping away. I was hoping under a new superintendent things would get better. They might eventually. They are clearly not better yet.

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Sad to say he got screwed by Adams to bring A Jones back.  Of course he was promised the next opening.  Are there any other ND football players looking for a coaching job?  Seems like that is what the corporation is looking for?  Now will any of them ever win????????????????

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If any of the school in the SBCSC will ever be successful in Football it should be Adams.  1. Large school enrollment, 2. Good academics,  3.  Jefferson Intermediate school as a feeder which totally dominates football in SBCSC and most laSalle students attend Adams.  

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Sorry to see Coach Redman step aside (or be forced aside).

Sad, but true, not a lot of teachers willing to coach. What kind of example is SBCSC teaching today's youth?

 

as always, the game is better 

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Will the corporation look at an assistant from within without doing much of a search?

It is going to take the right person to get the interest back up.

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