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BROWNE’S BYTES: Coaches – your players need you to step up on anti-racism

BROWNE’S BYTES: Coaches – your players need you to step up on anti-racism

June 8, 2020 at 6:15 amby 0 comments

We have all seen the appalling and heart-wrenching video of Derek Chauvin – a now-former Minneapolis, Minnesota police officer – pressing his knee on the neck of George Floyd, an unarmed African-American man, for nearly nine minutes, killing him.

Recruiting Tip: Should I coach in my spare time?

Recruiting Tip: Should I coach in my spare time?

May 26, 2020 at 6:00 amby 0 comments

You obviously want to spend every waking hour improving your game, but are there any benefits from helping others learn as well? It all depends.  

WOLFE: The greatest coaching job in football history?

WOLFE: The greatest coaching job in football history?

April 23, 2020 at 6:00 amby 0 comments

I consider what Joe Brady did with QB Joe Burrow in his first season at LSU has never been duplicated. Many will hide behind the expression “arguably” to protect themselves from potential criticism. I challenge anyone to describe a better first season coaching job of improving an athlete’s play.

The role of the Assistant Coaches | Between the Whistles Podcast S2 E2

The role of the Assistant Coaches | Between the Whistles Podcast S2 E2

April 14, 2020 at 5:30 amby 0 comments

 Join the Coaches as they discuss what the ideal roles and responsibilities of the various staff members on a coaching staff should look like, and also how they delegate, but also empower coaches. Time Stamps 1:41 – The roles of assistant coaches 20:35 – How to empower your assistantRead More

NEEDS V.S WANTS | Between the Whistles Podcast S2 E1

NEEDS V.S WANTS | Between the Whistles Podcast S2 E1

April 6, 2020 at 4:45 amby 0 comments

 Everyone has needs and wants, and often they get a little blurred. The coaches kick off Season 2 discussing why a Player’s “wants” HAS to come after the Team’s “needs”. And an admission that coaches DO sometimes play favourites, and how you can be that player. 1:20 – TheRead More

Former head coach, Sonny Wolfe, McGill Redmen

WOLFE: Coaching Genius

February 16, 2020 at 6:20 amby 0 comments

Effectively the 2019 football season has ended with the playing of the 54th Super Bowl. This most recent SB has resulted in many experts validating the offensive genius of Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid. No one doubted his offensive acumen, however, his Super Bowl win cemented it forRead More

WOLFE: Football coach in waiting provides in-depth analysis

WOLFE: Football coach in waiting provides in-depth analysis

December 2, 2019 at 6:45 amby 0 comments

I had read several most interesting articles written by football coach, Joe Susan, and decided to reach out to have an in-depth discussion with this football philosopher. Susan’s brief bio. He’s coached a total of 41 years thus far, and hopefully more in the near future. He served nine yearsRead More

WOLFE: The Impact of a new coach

WOLFE: The Impact of a new coach

October 24, 2019 at 6:25 amby 0 comments

Is changing the coach really the answer? Many fans are convinced with a new/better coach they would surely have a better team. Several scientific studies have been done on this subject and the results are less than compelling. There appears to be as many programs who have improved as thereRead More

Reflections of a Hall Of Fame Coach

Reflections of a Hall Of Fame Coach

May 3, 2019 at 6:30 amby 0 comments

Photo credit: Derek Drummond I recently had the good fortune to talk with Charlie Baillie about his playing and coaching careers. Coach Baillie was inducted into the McGill Sports Hall of Fame as a “Builder” in 2008. He was McGill’s head coach from 1972 to 2000; a total of 29Read More

Toronto Varsity Blues add Irv Daymond as OC

Toronto Varsity Blues add Irv Daymond as OC

March 29, 2019 at 6:59 pmby 0 comments

The University of Toronto Varsity Blues are pleased to announce that Irv Daymond has been named the football team’s new offensive coordinator, effective immediately. “I am very pleased that we are able to fill our staffing vacancy with a quality coach like Irv Daymond,” said Beth Ali, executive director ofRead More

Balancing life and football | Between the Whistles Podcast Ep. 3

Balancing life and football | Between the Whistles Podcast Ep. 3

March 16, 2019 at 5:00 pmby 0 comments

 Between the Whistles Podcast brought to you by canadafootballchat.com Join Coach Mack and Coach Josh as they talk about kids balancing football, school and personal lives. They also discuss Coaches’ work-life-football balance. We are all passionate about football. For a lot of us, passion borders on obsession. For kids,Read More

Pat Sheahan forced out at Queen’s

Pat Sheahan forced out at Queen’s

November 27, 2018 at 6:33 pmby 0 comments

In a post by Ryan Sheahan, it appears former head coach of the Queen’s Gaels didn’t step down, but was forced out. Queen’s fires football coach Pat Sheahan https://t.co/XnfQPzFTGQ For all you fine folks that still have questions. #legend — Ryan Sheahan (@ryshea7) November 27, 2018 In an earlier statementRead More

Tracking U Sport coaching changes

Tracking U Sport coaching changes

November 26, 2018 at 7:05 amby 0 comments

Take a look at the U Sport schools that will have changed head coaches: 2018-19 U Sport Coaching Changes School 2018 Head Coach Replacement Concordia Brad Collinson (interim) Brad Collinson Windsor Joe D’Amore TBD Guelph Todd Galloway (interim) TBD McMaster Greg Knox Stefan Ptaszek Queen’s Pat Sheahan Steven Snyder  

BRAD COLLINSON AND GUILLAUME BOURASSA REUNITE WITH THE STINGERS.

Guillaume Bourassa joins Stingers football coaching staff

June 14, 2018 at 5:50 amby 0 comments

Head coach Brad Collinson is pleased to announce Guillaume Bourassa has joined the Concordia Stingers football program and will serve as an offensive assistant and running backs coach. Bourassa was a star running back with the Laval Rouge et Or for five seasons, including the Vanier Cup championship campaigns inRead More

SFU adds three full-time coaches

SFU adds three full-time coaches

March 1, 2018 at 5:30 amby 0 comments

BURNABY, BC – Simon Fraser University head football coach Thomas Ford announced today the addition of three full-time coaches to the program, naming Taylor Summers defensive coordinator, James Holan offensive coordinator and Mike Rigell special teams coach and recruiting coordinator. Taylor Summers, defensive coordinator Summers joins Simon Fraser from 2017Read More

Wolfe (2): The Great Football Coaching Fraternity

Wolfe (2): The Great Football Coaching Fraternity

July 10, 2017 at 6:25 amby 0 comments

This is part 2 to the Football Coaching Fraternity. To view part 1, CLICK HERE.

WOLFE (1): The Great Football Coaching Fraternity

WOLFE (1): The Great Football Coaching Fraternity

July 7, 2017 at 6:30 amby 0 comments

To be a great coach one has to be a great teacher – coaching is teaching. To be a great teacher one has to be a great student. In this case, I am referring to being a student of the game of football. As I often tell our players; footballRead More

“Coaching is coaching at any level”, high school versus university

“Coaching is coaching at any level”, high school versus university

June 25, 2017 at 8:34 amby 0 comments

My experience at the high school level is restricted to 4 years; while I coached college age athletes 45 years. Not being a great mathematician, I believe that is approximately a 10 to 1 ratio in favour of the older group. I had always looked forward to coaching at aRead More

SFU looking for Offensive quality control coach

SFU looking for Offensive quality control coach

May 30, 2017 at 5:40 amby 0 comments

SFU Football is looking for an offensive coach, details below. Interested candidates send inquiries and applications to fbcoach@sfu.ca pic.twitter.com/4MdcZUgum9 — SFU Football (@SFUFootball) May 29, 2017

Jabari Arthur joins Dinos as receiver coach

Jabari Arthur joins Dinos as receiver coach

April 29, 2017 at 5:38 amby 0 comments

CALGARY – The University of Calgary Dinos are pleased to welcome former Calgary Stampeder Jabari Arthur as their receivers coach for the 2017 Canada West football season. Arthur made his debut at McMahon Stadium Friday morning as the Dinos kicked off their annual Spring Camp. The Dinos, who captured theirRead More

CFCFPC Game preview (FRESHMAN Halton-Peel vs. Central):”If we come focused and prepared to play, it’s going to be a fantastic game”

CFCFPC Game preview (FRESHMAN Halton-Peel vs. Central):”If we come focused and prepared to play, it’s going to be a fantastic game”

April 26, 2017 at 6:25 amby 0 comments

The start to the Fox 40 Prospect Challenge (FPC) will be taking place this Friday, a tournament featuring some of the best and brightest young football stars that anywhere in Canada has to offer. Three games will be taking place on the Friday evening and five on the Saturday. TheRead More

Coaching updates in the “Q”

Coaching updates in the “Q”

December 8, 2016 at 5:35 amby 0 comments

(With files from: Le Journal de Quebec) The Université de Sherbrooke Vert & Or will announce the identity of its next head coach by the end of the week. The five-person selection committee, including former head coach Alain Lapointe and now program coordinator, received four candidates in an interview. TheRead More

2014 CFC Coaches Clinic: Using cost effective technology to enhance practice & games with Ben Coker

2014 CFC Coaches Clinic: Using cost effective technology to enhance practice & games with Ben Coker

April 14, 2014 at 6:20 amby 0 comments

Being a football coach can be a full time job. Whether you are coaching at the university level, high school students or kids just getting into the game, every coach wants to be able to give the task all that they can. From teaching the love of the game toRead More

 
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