In 1991 I was sent to Havana, Cuba as part of the advance team for the Pan American Games. I arrived a week before the U.S. Team, and my job was to get our equipment ready at the competition site. The site was an hour out of Havana, in a rural area. I was there […]
(The following is in response to challenges identified by coaches in a recent survey. “How to handle being attacked,” was one of the more common challenges submitted.) Walking into my office, I noticed the message-light blinking on my phone. I picked up the receiver and listened to the message, “The Athletic Director just received a […]
This article details an incident in which a coach shoves a player. Idaho State Suspends Coach Over Shoving Incident There are many significant issues in this story, with one being where lies the border between an incident like this being private and being public? That’s a question that seems to be being asked more and […]
This is one of those stories: Youth Football Coach Won’t Be Charged with Felony in Assault Case. I’m not weighing in on either side. Just one of those stories.