Coaching Position

Some articles on coaching, coaching position, position:

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar - Professional Career - Post-NBA Career
... Abdul-Jabbar had been interested in coaching since his retirement, and given the influence he had on the league, he thought that the opportunity would present itself ... simply because of introversion, contributed to the dearth of coaching opportunities offered to Abdul-Jabbar by the NBA ... effect his reticence may have had on his coaching prospects in the future ...
Rex Ryan - Coaching Career - National Football League - Assistant Coach
... of the Baltimore Ravens, who wanted to interview him for the defensive line coaching position ... the game of football that he decided to hire Ryan if he ever attained a head coaching position ... When offered the position, Ryan accepted ...
2009 Kansas City Chiefs Season - Offseason - Coaching Changes - Hiring Todd Haley
... in which Haley was considered the front-runner for the head coaching position, there was concern as to whether the Chiefs would violate the Rooney Rule by immediately hiring Haley ... must give fair interviews to minority candidates whenever a head coaching position comes open ... Chiefs since Haley was the presumed target for the coaching vacancy ...
Prestonsburg High School - Athletics
... After his retirement his brother Bobby took over the head coaching position ... At the end of the 2006 season Coach Shepherd gave up the coaching job and the new coach Marc Shepard, a science teacher at Prestonsburg, became the new ... High School where he remains out of coaching ...
Billy Taylor (basketball)
... He previously held the same position at Lehigh University ... for Arthur Andersen and earning his CPA, he took an assistant coaching position under MacLeod at Notre Dame in 1998 ... In 2002 he was offered the head coaching position at Lehigh, where he spearheaded an 11-game turnaround and would eventually lead Lehigh into its first ...

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