Facts about how the NCAA really operates.
If it seems like you feel refreshed after spending some time outside in nature, it’s probably because you do. Some interesting studies on how nature affects our brain and takes some of our stress away. Something a lot of could use to find balance.
We are now allowed by the NCAA to play other D1 schools in “closed” scrimmages, and a lot of programs choose to do it (This year the NCAA allowed a 3rd exhibition game that could be played against a D1 opponent with the money going to charities for hurricane relief). I have no idea why […]
A deep dive into recruiting services in the world of college football. When I get a personal email from a recruit or his family, I always look at it and respond. When I get an email from a recruiting service I generally delete it immediately.
On the radio with Rich Kimball up here in Bangor to talk about the start of our season.
Championship teams, teams with winning cultures, they aren’t afraid of results. The championship teams I’ve coached never judged themselves on the results – but that is a lot easier to do when the results are usually in your favor. I recorded a podcast recently with John Grass, the head football coach at Jacksonville State, for […]
Take 5 minutes to learn about Chris Rosati
On senior day in 2004 when I was an assistant coach at Providence, we were locked in a tight battle with Seton Hall. Our starting point guard, Donnie McGrath, was in foul trouble and wasn’t playing that well, so we had our back-up, Kareem Hayletts, in the game at crunch time. Kareem was a walk-on […]