Coaches Related Quotes



It's coaches. It's people that are involved in kids' lives at every level, and it's supporting their parents. Their parents need better jobs. So that they can help them with their homework and don't have to work two jobs.

Donna Shalala


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“All I know is that the coaches said we're wearing yellow. Sometimes we wear yellow uniforms for big games. Sometimes we even wear yellow uniforms on the road.”

Will Blalock


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The guys who stick around are the smartest guys and the guys who are the most self-driven. You have to have drive. The coaches can only take you so far. You have to want to learn and work.

Aaron Rodgers


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“Jess is another hard-worker with a great attitude. She had credibility the last two years, and the coaches knew who she was. Any time we didn't have her on the court, it hurt us. She's a tough kid who endured a lot of pain to play.”

Chris Kempf


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“We thought that providing a coach's challenge would act as an additional safety net and give the coaches more involvement in the process.”

Charles Broyles


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“There are a lot of characteristics good coaches have at any level, and Mike has all that. Of course when you change leagues ... the game is different and that just takes an adjustment period. I think Mike has handled all that really well. He feels more comfortable.”

Chris Mullin


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“I told my coaches at the start of the fourth quarter that I would buy each of them a house if we won.”

Robert Cochran


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“The new coaches will be the main thing. We've had some turnover on the roster, but we still have the main core of guys left on the team. It's something that the guys are looking forward to, working with and getting to know their coaches.”

Darren Sharper


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“We talked about it all week long among the coaches and the players. To give Richfield its credit, they had a lot of good football players last year but everybody has one of those opponents and Richfield traditionally brings tough, football-playing kids.”

Chris Connolly


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“Last year was tough because we graduated so many guys in 2004. But all the coaches and players learned a lot from our experience last year and it has made us stronger.”

Dave Heaverly


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