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#1 DBGuru5

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Posted 22 December 2016 - 09:42 AM

What are the top five head coaching jobs that are open in NC

#2 work7

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Posted 22 December 2016 - 10:44 AM

AL.Brown? 



#3 Chris Hughes

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Posted 22 December 2016 - 10:48 AM

Wakefield, it's a great school atmosphere.

Fairmont, supportive admin.

Olympic, incredible talent to work with, very raw situation ready for you to put your stamp on things.

But how about the worst jobs?

Richmond, unrealistic expectations.

Crest, meddling parents.

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Posted 22 December 2016 - 10:58 AM

AL Brown is not open. Top 5 open jobs:

1. The job where Administration values football. And they will let you run the program the way you want to. Regardless of parents and their opinions.

2. Washington- good facilities, area, athletes, administration

3. Olympic- not used to being great so parents probably aren't crazy

4. Richmond- money, resources, and a great athletic pool for the coming years. But, WIN NOW!! And WIN BIG!

5. Crest- See Richmond comments



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Posted 22 December 2016 - 11:30 AM

Richmond-Unbelievable resources and support from the community.
Crest-Smaall town but football is king.
Washington-Great facilities.
Freedom-Nick Saban recruits there.
Independence-Big I is waiting onna rock star to bring back greatness.

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Posted 22 December 2016 - 11:49 AM

AL Brown is not open. Top 5 open jobs:

1. The job where Administration values football. And they will let you run the program the way you want to. Regardless of parents and their opinions.

2. Washington- good facilities, area, athletes, administration

3. Olympic- not used to being great so parents probably aren't crazy

4. Richmond- money, resources, and a great athletic pool for the coming years. But, WIN NOW!! And WIN BIG!

5. Crest- See Richmond comments

 

What school is number one.



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Posted 22 December 2016 - 11:50 AM

Crest
Richmond
Davidson Day-with ability to recruit it is

 

You wonder if Chad stepped down because he is limited academically and financially on admissions.  Just a question as I have no idea why he left.



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Posted 22 December 2016 - 12:03 PM

AL.Brown?


Dont start rumors like that work7. But you might make somebody happy.:)

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Posted 22 December 2016 - 01:22 PM

What school is number one.

That's the million dollar question. I actually don't think the best job has come open yet. I expect there to be a few more big ones. But I would amend my top 5 if I have to put in a #1.

1. Independence. If and only if the new principal has your back. If the principal was there when Scott Young was hired, then Indy is off the list all together. And I would move Washington up to 1, and put Freedom in at 5. 



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Posted 22 December 2016 - 01:30 PM

Indy showed their backside with the Scott Young ordeal.

 

I'd avoid that one for the time being if I could.



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Posted 22 December 2016 - 02:01 PM

That's the million dollar question. I actually don't think the best job has come open yet. I expect there to be a few more big ones. But I would amend my top 5 if I have to put in a #1.
1. Independence. If and only if the new principal has your back. If the principal was there when Scott Young was hired, then Indy is off the list all together. And I would move Washington up to 1, and put Freedom in at 5.


Long way to go..

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Posted 22 December 2016 - 02:37 PM

If Indy is a great job then throw your name in the hat. Indy showed their back to a class coach in Scott Young. Why would a good coach want to go there after what happened? Look at Marvin Ridge, great area, great booster club, great fan base, good teams under Chadwick but parents drove him away and it took 4 years for one coach to stay there more than a year. Same thing will probably happen at Indy. 

That's why I said IF the principal was there when Scott Young was hired, then Indy is off the list altogether. That means pass on it! If parents and boosters have any say it what you do as the coach, it is a bad situation. No way I would go after the Indy job if the current principal had anything to do with the treatment of Scott Young. Clear enough for you CC14?



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Posted 22 December 2016 - 03:20 PM

That's why I said IF the principal was there when Scott Young was hired, then Indy is off the list altogether. That means pass on it! If parents and boosters have any say it what you do as the coach, it is a bad situation. No way I would go after the Indy job if the current principal had anything to do with the treatment of Scott Young. Clear enough for you CC14?


Taking Indy to task on the Young deal has become old news. Time for everyone to turn the page. Lets not kid ourselves its public high school football and parents are always going to play a role and they should. Its what the the administration does that determines whether it will be a positive or negative influence. Everyone gets an opinion not everyone gets a vote.

Is it a good job?? Of course. Overwhelming talent enough so that you are only 2 years removed from a undefeated regular season. Your neighborhood rival is also going through a coaching transition.

The right guy and some patience could turn Indy into a top 10 school in the state.

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Posted 22 December 2016 - 03:24 PM

Whether a job is "great" or "bad" or whatever has a lot to do with the stage of the career of the coach that is interested and their ability.  

 

Indy could be a great opportunity for a guy that may have hit a few bumps or never been a head coach.  Then again it may be a complete catastrophe.  Richmond could be a crushing end to a strong coaches career or make him absolutely miserable.  For an assistant on his first HC position it may be overwhelming even if the person has been on staff and is from Rockingham or it could lead to a long distringuished career.  

 

I think the position and the person are mutual and relevant.  Harding was down when Knotts went there as was Dutch Fork.  People said he could not win at either place. Told him Harding would send him back to an assistant positon and DF would ruin his legacy.  He was told that he could not compete for state titles at Indy as he did at WC.  



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Posted 22 December 2016 - 04:07 PM

All hail Tommy Knotts! Best in the business in my humble opinion. What he has done at all his stops has been amazing. And I totally agree that Indy could be back on top in no time. If the Administration will stay out of the way and let the new coach do his job. 



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Posted 22 December 2016 - 06:17 PM

More openings are coming. Best job may have not come open yet. Of those open I would say Crest because of the stream of athletes. Football will always be the first priority.

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Posted 22 December 2016 - 08:50 PM

Just because there are athletes at some of these places doesnt make them great jobs. Just because they won championships in the past doesn't make them great jobs. Crazy fans, meddling parents, weak administrations are all big time red flags. When coaches who win 80 percent of their games are run off or when you have the crap that went on at Indy--those aren't great places to be. Why be miserable? Life--and coaching careers--are to short for that.

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Posted 23 December 2016 - 04:32 PM

Just because there are athletes at some of these places doesnt make them great jobs. Just because they won championships in the past doesn't make them great jobs. Crazy fans, meddling parents, weak administrations are all big time red flags. When coaches who win 80 percent of their games are run off or when you have the crap that went on at Indy--those aren't great places to be. Why be miserable? Life--and coaching careers--are to short for that.

 

 

Lets be honest and less hypocritical. Sure life and coaching careers are short but in the end doesn't this always come down to compensation. I hear all the time about the ills of crazy fans and meddling parents and yet top flight coaches in NC always seem to want to flock to South Carolina, Georgia or Texas. Do those issues not exist there?   Of course not and in most cases the issues  multiply 10 fold so why the desire to coach where the issues are worse??    Clearly its the bucks....

 

I am perfectly fine with that and am in lock step with the thought process because that is the case with many careers. I just think that in most cases its not so much  all these issues that keep being brought up as much as it is the lack of compensation for dealing with those issues. 



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Posted 24 December 2016 - 05:00 PM

I'm not sure where you find hypocrisy in my post. Some may want to put up with that crap--obviously there are since they fill their positions--but lots of us have no desire to put up with it. Furthermore, Everywhere in Georgia, Texas, and SC isnt full of crazies, either. As for the money, the reported salary at Richmond isn't the most in the state. There are coaches even in Wake County who make more.

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Posted 24 December 2016 - 05:13 PM

Wakefield, it's a great school atmosphere.

Fairmont, supportive admin.

Olympic, incredible talent to work with, very raw situation ready for you to put your stamp on things.

But how about the worst jobs?

Richmond, unrealistic expectations.

Crest, meddling parents.

 

 

Throw Indy on there with the meddling parents. I think Richmond and Crest both have tremendous updsides, but there are some disadvantages too with those schools that for many coaches I can see outweighing the advantages. 

 

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Posted 24 December 2016 - 05:50 PM

You can sit quietly, and people think your ignorant. Or, you can open your mouth ,and remove all doubt. We will deal with the cougs in nov.



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Posted 25 December 2016 - 11:27 AM

Personally, I think the Freedom job might be the best one open - @ this time.

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Posted 25 December 2016 - 11:52 AM

Freedom and Crest would prob be the the top 2

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Posted 25 December 2016 - 01:54 PM

I'm not sure where you find hypocrisy in my post. Some may want to put up with that crap--obviously there are since they fill their positions--but lots of us have no desire to put up with it. Furthermore, Everywhere in Georgia, Texas, and SC isnt full of crazies, either. As for the money, the reported salary at Richmond isn't the most in the state. There are coaches even in Wake County who make more.

 

Wasnt necessarily calling your post hypocritical.  I certainly laugh at many of the crazies but with any truly engaged fan base your going to encounter some of that. Whether its Richmond, Crest and AL brown or places like Byrnes or Colquitt County, GA you have a community very involved in the football program and that is always going to equate with a small % that are over the top.  I get that its not for everyone but like you said....there doesnt seem to be  shortage of guys applying for those jobs. The fact that they typically come with a better payout for dealing with those levels of expectations has something to do with that I am sure.

 

The flip side of that is apathy. Nobody cares whether you win or lose and nobody shows up either way. My point is sometimes you have to put up with some of the downside to get some of the upside.

 

I am aware that Richmond isnt the best paying job in the state. I think we would both agree that on average the coaching salary structure in SC , GA and Texas is dramatically higher than that of NC.  Coaches dont flock there because of less crazies, they flock there because the compensation dwarfs that of NC in most cases...... That is the hypocrisy.



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Posted 26 December 2016 - 12:27 AM

Reason why you never see coaches from the south come to NC.




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