Mike Hopkins, Washington Huskies Head Coach

Coach Brendan Suhr is joined by the Head Coach of the Washington Huskies Mike Hopkins. In this episode, Coach Hopkins takes you back to his start at Syracuse as a player and Assistant Coach with legendary coach Jim Boeheim, the opportunity he had to work with USA Basketball and how it has developed over time, his thought process and what other aspects influenced him to take the Washington head coaching job, the adjustment going from an assistant coach to a head coach, why he believes it is important to have balance in your life as a coach and the biggest takeaways from his first season as a head coach. All that and more on Episode 121 of the Coaching U Podcast with Coach Brendan Suhr!

Read More

Bob Richey, Furman Paladins Head Coach

Coach Brendan Suhr is joined by the Head Coach of the Furman Paladins, Bob Richey. In this episode, Coach Richey takes you inside the rise of his Furman program as they are now in the Top 25 for the first time in school history. He also describes their style of play, how it is taught through concept and designed to fit the team’s identity, the importance of being a life-learner and finding ways to improve, how he leads his “player enhancement” program and his unique offseason project of studying other teams and coaches. All that and more on Episode 120 of the Coaching U Podcast with Coach Brendan Suhr!

Read More

Recent Tweets

  • "The more things we can get kids to do correctly off the court, the more they will do correctly on the court" - Mike Jarvis
  • "You can tell a lot about a person when they are getting their butt kicked." – Don Meyer
  • https://t.co/tD9hT1RojQ
  • "The winner ain't the one with the fastest car it’s the one who refuses to lose." - Dale Earnhardt
  • "Most opportunities don't immediately bring results. Often times, they only lead to more opportunities." @TeamCoachBuzzzz
  • "Difficulties in life are intended to make us better, not bitter." - Dan Reeves
  • "Leadership, like coaching, is fighting for the hearts and souls of men and getting them to believe in you." - Eddie Robinson
  • "Confident leaders freely admit their own mistakes. And by doing it publicly, set an example for others to take restwitter.com/i/web/status/1…In
  • "Prepare for every game like you just lost your last game" - Lon Kruger
  • RT @Coaching_U: Coach Brendan Suhr's #PlayOfTheWeek: "1-2-4 Go" 📺 To WAT@brendansuhruhr break down this play and explain the action visit…

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This