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Manny talks RPO’s, coverage, pressure, “College Offense,” film trade, etc.
I’m not Dottavio. I’m not hey you, or what?- either. I’m Coach Dottavio or Mr. Dottavio. I’ve earned that right. I have worked to get a title. If you’re a coach that perpetuates the lack of formality and/or distance between adults and kids I never want to work for you. Everyone should be a “good morning” “goodnight” “please” “thank you” “sir” “ma’am” and “excuse me” person in your program. Every coach should be Coach Last Name. Not, “Hey Last Name” and not “First Name” … never First Name.
Check out this post on stress levels and coaching!
Listen to Coachspeak episode 10 with Justin Dottavio as he interviews Mike Gregory the HC at Tampa Catholic HS, Aaron Avery the QB Coach at Ponte Vedra HS, and Cam Underwood from StateoftheU.com on the EA Sports NCAA Football series and how it impacted them as fans, coaches, and/or players.
Coachspeak episode 10:
Listen to Coachspeak episode 9 with Justin Dottavio and Sean Davidson. Episode 9 is about Justin’s move to Salem, Oregon to coach at Willamina High School. Justin’s moving 3100 miles for a job and some adventure.[audio http://www.buzzsprout.com/58826/399441-coachspeak-episode-9-moving-on.mp3]
Coachspeak episode 9:
On January 1st of 2014 UCF and Baylor met in the Fiesta Bowl to cap off two fantastic seasons from perennial after-thought programs. The University of Central Florida needed to overcome multiple controversies on their way to a #15 overall ranking while Baylor’s controversies had yet to come to light on the way to a #6 ranking. Driven by two very different program leaders and the emergence of two ‘household name’ Quarterbacks- the programs met for what was a great match-up where UCF prevailed 52-42 on Blake Bortles 4 touchdown passes. Who knew that the two programs would be oh-so-aligned on that chilly night in Phoenix.