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'He Was the Rock That This Community Was Built On'
In Parkersburg, Iowa, it was a high school coach who led the townspeople out of the rubble of a tornado, showed them how to live a Christian life and brought honor to a football field he mowed himself. What they can't understand is why Ed Thomas was gunned down by a former player
Fresh Hires More and more NHL teams are bringing in head coaches with little experience in the league
There was a time when Bruce Cassidy balked at being called a coach. In 1994, near the end of a seven-team, 12-season pro career--all but 36 ...
He Can Run, But He Can't Hide
The Bears' Walter Payton has trained prodigiously for the new season, but will probably take the same old pounding
'I Am Still a Pistol'
So says Roberto Duran, who three years after 'no màs' is challenging Marvin Hagler for his fourth world title
THE BEHIND-THE-SCENES COACH
Because of Shero's shortcomings as a communicator, the Rangers stubbornly refused to hire him as head coach during the 1960s even though ...
Mile-high hopes in high old Denver
Jack Faulkner, the youngest pro coach, has his American League team in first place—and the town in love with him
Passion Plays A growing number of coaches are falling in love with--and sometimes marrying--athletes they train. Some of these relationships succeed. Others disrupt careers or leave teammates stumbling over hidden obstacles
depended on their loyalty to conceal the romance from head coach. Terry Liskevych. Five months before the Olympics, Liley broke off the
JOE PURZYCKI IS THE "WHITE SHADOW" OF THE DELSTATE FOOTBALL PROGRAM
[He was then the first and only white head coach at a black college; there is now another, Dan Antolik, at St. Paul's in Lawrenceville, Va.]
Sure, the Saints can prevail. All their defense has to do is outsmart Peyton Manning
Power Play Size matters, and so does speed, which is why strength and conditioning coaches are more and more vital to a program's success--and sometimes get the blame for its failure
The best of them are second only to the head coach--a close second--in the influence they hold over the players and the role they play in ...