Scott Howard, Lessons I’ve Learned from Being Fired

Coach Brendan Suhr is joined by Scott Howard, longtime coach and one of the best NBA scouts in the game, currently for the Denver Nuggets, to discuss a very timely topic at this time of the year, getting fired. Scott shares lessons he’s learned first hand and through others over the years that will help you rebound and make your next chapter the best ever!

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March Madness Bracket Breakdown

Coach Brendan Suhr breaks down the 2017 Men’s NCAA Tournament bracket and previews the first week of matchups, focusing in on a few matchups to watch from a coach’s perspective. From Virginia Tech & Wisconsin to UNC-Wilmington & UVA to Florida & East Tennessee, Coach Suhr breaks down all the games on upset watch and gives his take on what each coach will be looking to do to win this week.

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Jay Wright, Villanova Men’s Basketball Head Coach

Jay Wright, Villanova Men’s Basketball Head Coach and Defending National Champion joined the Coaching U Podcast to talk to Coach Brendan Suhr about his new book ‘Attitude: Develop a Winning Mindset on and off the Court’ and also how he’s approaching the possibility of coaching his team to potentially back-to-back national championships, how he’s dedicated his program to building a family culture, both in recruiting and building the program. Jay also talks about what he’s learned the most about coaching, why he’s a coach and much much more!

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Podcast: Donnie Jones

Donnie Jones, former head coach at UCF & Marshall, 2-time National Champion assistant coach at the University of Florida under Billy Donovan and current LA Clippers scout joined the Coaching U Podcast to talk to Coach Brendan Suhr about the path of a coach, his journey from a GA to a national champion assistant coach to a head coach and now to a pro scout.

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Podcast: Dale Brown

Legendary LSU Basketball Coach Dale Brown joined the Coaching U Podcast to talk to Coach Brendan Suhr about what he believe the purpose of coaching truly is, lessons he’s learned from his relationship with John Wooden, his recruitment and lifelong friendship with Shaq, the journey to build the LSU program & much more!

As a basketball coach at Louisiana State University for 25 years (1972-1997), Coach Brown appeared in 15 straight national tournaments and is the winningest coach in LSU basketball history. He led teams to 17 consecutive non-losing seasons. Only four coaches have won more conference championships than Coach Brown and he has won conference championships in three different decades. He has led his teams to two Final Fours and four Elite Eights. He was named SEC Coach of the Year or runner-up nine times and was twice named National Basketball Coach of the Year.

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