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A different type of coach at UCLA


Was wandering around the Net and found this story from the L.A. Times on UCLA coach Karl Dorrell.

I still think unless the Bruins turn the season around with a bowl berth or a defeat of USC, Dorrell may lose his job – the Notre Dame giveaway meant that much.

But this story of a quiet man doing his job is an interesting read and worth the time for college football fans. And anyone interested in the coaching profession.


Also found this little piece in the Arizona Republic which mentions three local products in the ASU women’s basketball story.

On the men’s side, new ASU coach Herb Sendek, from North Carolina State, has his first game as a Sun Devil tonight.

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