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Old 06-18-2013, 01:08 PM   #1
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Default How good of a player must a coach be in order to be successful?

With the controversy with the hiring of the women's coach at Wisconsin I want to get everyone's opinion on a subject matter. How important (or not important) do you think it is for a coach to have a strong playing background? It's pretty obvious the people at Wisconsin valued her playing background much more than her coaching background which I think is just plain crazy. Personally, I think you need to be atleast a solid player in order to get certain players to follow and respect you, but do not think its necessary that the coach be a world class player.
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