Bret Bielema – Baby Steps

Some interesting stuff on the culture change with Arkansas football. From Inside Read on SI… • Second-year Arkansas coach Bret Bielema likes to joke that his team is like Bill Murray’s character in the comedy What About Bob? In the flick, Richard Dreyfuss plays a psychotherapist who counsels Murray, his troubled patient, to try taking […]

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Belief

On November 3rd, 2006 we took our Rhode Island College team down to New York to take on Iona College in an exhibition game.  It was my second year at RIC, and we had most of our team back from a team that went 19-10 in my first year – a year that was inconsistent […]

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Maine Staff – Zak Boisvert

Very lucky to have an elite staff of young coaches who love being in the gym making our players better.  Our Courtside Pass takes a look at Zak Boisvert. http://www.goblackbears.com/sports/m-baskbl/2014-15/videos/20141219-uwpn5rdm

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Mark Helfrich

Good look at Oregon football coach Mark Helfrich, and what it’s like to take over for Chip Kelly. http://grantland.com/features/mark-helfrich-oregon-ducks-chip-kelly/

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The Warriors

Great look at the Golden State Warriors – how they got to 21-3 and what they can do next – by Zach Lowe of Grantland. How great is this paragraph about Draymond Green making the extra pass?  A great description of what team basketball and trust can do: It’s such a selfless play. It is […]

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Black Athletes

This will really make you think – well worth the time, from Alexander Goot and The Cauldron. https://medium.com/the-cauldron/does-the-physicality-of-black-athletes-contribute-to-a-warped-perception-of-blacks-2c30ca83ad04

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Till Gloger

One Bid Wonders takes a look at our starting center Till Gloger. http://www.onebidwonders.com/2014/12/12/till-gloger-keine-angst-no-fear/

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Aaron Calixte

One Bid Wonders on our freshman point guard Aaron Calixte. http://www.onebidwonders.com/2014/12/12/handed-keys-kingdom-maine-freshman-aaron-calixte/

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What’s More Important – Practice or a Game?

When evaluating your players, what’s more important to you – the way they perform in practice, or the way the perform in a game? Say you’ve got a young kid who is still learning how to compete at the level you want him to and therefore inconsistent in practice.  You know he’s good enough to […]

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