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Former Little Rock Coaches At Texas And Oklahoma
As my son commented, “Now that is big time!”
04-02-2021 06:21 PM
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RE: Former Little Rock Coaches At Texas And Oklahoma
Wouldn't be shocked if TxTech hires ex-LR assistant Joe Golding or ex-ASU coach Grant McCasland.
04-02-2021 06:35 PM
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RE: Former Little Rock Coaches At Texas And Oklahoma
It's amazing how our program was the source for the start of their D1 coaching careers. Chris Beard obviously gave us a good season. I wish Moser stayed but one can argue that he didn't really blossom until after he was an assistant at STLU. So who knows what would've happened if he stayed longer. Heck, even the assistant coaches from our program are doing well in Solomon Bozeman and Joe Golding. We gave Wes a chance but obviously that didn't work.
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