DALLAS, June 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- BSN SPORTS, a division of Varsity Brands and the nation's largest direct marketer and distributor of sporting goods to the school and league markets, today announced it will be hosting a new coaches Webinar, adding to their line-up of over 130 to date, entitled, How Great Leaders Build Great Teams. BSN SPORTS is set to host best-selling author and record-winning coach, Steve Jones, 2016 and 2017 Associated Press Coach of the Year and five-time State Championship winning coach, on a live webinar Tuesday, June 22nd at 12PM CT. By sharing the key strategies behind developing influential leaders and successful program cultures, the free webinar is intended to drive confidence and craft mentorship skills for Coaches and Athletic Directors as they re-engage athletes this year through concepts including:
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June has been a recruiting blitz with the end of the NCAA's dead period. Not many have had a first week wilder than Georgia DB Quantaves Gaskins.
“It felt good, because none of the coaches have seen recruits for 16 months. Just seeing everyone, it was what it used to be when I was a freshman,” said Scottsdale Saguaro edge rusher Tristan Monday, who is committed to the UA's 2022 recruiting class.
A hybrid player — think Isaac Gifford or JoJo Domann — and a 280-pound lineman worked out for Husker coaches. Here's how they say it went.
A Q&A with Alabama athletics director Greg Byrne
Athletic director Bill Moos is headed all the way out to Scottsbluff and Alliance, while football coach Scott Frost will be in North Platte and Kearney.
“By no means are the training wheels on," coach Matt Lafleur said. "We’re throwing a lot at all these guys.”
Alabama coach Nick Saban says he wants his latest contract extension to keep him at the school until the end of his career.
Ruben Anthony is calling for an independent review of the hiring of Chris McIntosh, arguing that the hiring process was tainted by outgoing athletic director Barry Alvarez's open support for McIntosh.