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to impart knowledge and skill to

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Chemistry and fit between the coach and the coached are more important than the coach's overall expertise or credentials.
Shannon has coached in 10 bowl games with the Hurricanes.
He has one of the most brilliant minds I've ever been around on a basketball floor,'' said Washington coach Lorenzo Romar, who was an assistant on the 1999 USA basketball team Majerus coached in Australia.
Moreover, the coaches of the year in the Pac-10 the past two seasons - Oregon's Mike Bellotti and California's Jeff Tedford - have never coached in the NFL.
Jim Harrick was hired to replace Hazzard in part because he'd coached under Cunningham.
Although well coached, Venice didn't have enough athletes to match up consistently.
Police said Magruder, a walk-on coach who also previously coached wrestling and football at Newbury Park High, invited the two girls to his home, where they became intoxicated and had sex with Magruder.
I coached for six years before discovering the wealth of knowledge in the research literature.
Although Carroll believes he was a scapegoat, there was harsh criticism in Boston when he coached the Patriots.
I went to school--kindergarten through high school--in Berea, where my dad coached Baldwin-Wallace College.
Who has coached more than 300 collegiate victories.
He coached high school football for over 20 years before joining the Diplomats' staff.
The person who would like to be coached gives us their favorite place - at home, at the work, anywhere in the world,'' he said.
Although he is from Massachusetts, Candela and Carroll, who coached the New England Patriots, had no connection until recently, when Candela sent USC a tape of his high school games.