Technology and Your Career

All it takes is a quick look at FootballScoop.com to see that mastery of technology is no longer a “bonus” when looking for a job, but a requirement… especially, it seems, for entry level positions.  I did a quick scan … Continue reading

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The Limitations of 140 Characters

Let me preface this post by saying that I embrace technology and I use many social media tools. I tweet daily, scan the twittershpere for nuggets, and participate in several online twitter chats (see Post #TXHSFBCHAT… The Fastest 60 Minutes … Continue reading

Overcoming Fear

What makes you anxious? What are you afraid of? What are your fears… your irrational fears? We all have them. Blame it on your “Lizard Brain”… the part of your brain called the amygdala. The amygdala’s job is to provide … Continue reading

Tech Tips, Part 2

I received some great comments regarding last weeks post, Tech Tips, and noticed a spike in my sites analytics for the search term “Making a Screen Recording”… so here goes with this week’s post – Tech Tips 2 I have … Continue reading

Tech Tips

As we head into the final portion of our seasons, with conference and district championships on the line and playoff possibilities looming, is there anything that you as a coach could be doing differently or better? Are there any tools, … Continue reading

“Back in my day…”

Last Saturday as I pulled out my phone to help guide me to a location I was not quite sure of, my thoughts drifted back to my early days recruiting at the University of Central Missouri, and how much technology … Continue reading

Seven Days in Season

25 years ago, during the 1989 football season at Central Missouri State University (now named the University of Central Missouri) Mark Hulet filmed a documentary chronicling a week in the life of a college football coach. The name of the … Continue reading

Is Luckey, “lucky”?

In my post last week, Lessons from the Tech Industry, I mentioned Palmer Luckey, the inventor of Oculus Rift, and how this technology is being used in athletics and coaching by the company, Eon Sports VR (see post, The Highest Quality … Continue reading

Lessons from the Tech Industry

I can be a bit of a nerd.  I did own an Apple IIc in 1984 after all. Yesterday I read two articles… an article about Oculus Rift in Wired Magazine, and an article about Google X in Fast Company. … Continue reading