Head Coaching Position

Some articles on coaching, head coaching position, head, position, head coaching:

NCAA Men's and Women's Basketball Head Coaches in The "Gene Keady Coaching Tree" - Matt Painter
... After graduation, Painter turned to coaching basketball, beginning his career as an assistant at Division III Washington Jefferson College in 1993, after which he spent ... In 1998, Painter joined the Southern Illinois coaching staff as an assistant when Bruce Weber took over the head coaching position ... After Weber left for Illinois, Painter took over the head coaching position and he led the Salukis to a conference title and to an NCAA appearance in his only season as the head coach ...
Ray Sherman - Coaching Career - NFL Career
... The Houston Oilers gave Sherman his first NFL coaching job in 1988, when he was hired as a running backs coach ... wide receivers coach, he took an assistant head coaching position with the Atlanta Falcons in 1990 ... from 2000 to 2004, and held the same position with the Tennessee Titans in 2005 and 2006 ...
Marvin Menzies
... Marvin Menzies is the head men's basketball coach at New Mexico State University ... He was named to the position on June 29, 2007 as the successor to Reggie Theus, who the previous week had accepted the head coaching position of the NBA's Sacramento Kings ... Theus when he left that institution to take the head coaching job at NMSU in 2005 ...
Steve Campbell - Coaching Career
... Campbell's coaching career started as a graduate assistant at Auburn University under head coach Pat Dye, where he helped the Tigers win back-to-back SEC titles ... While on the Plains, Campbell got experience coaching in two bowl games, including the 1990 Hall of Fame Bowl where they defeated Ohio State 31-14 ... His first full-time position was as offensive line coach and strength conditioning coach at Delta State University in 1990 ...

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