Mason County Job Open

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    Out of the 45, wonder how many will get interviewed?
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    So who's being interviewed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sumoroyal View Post
    Out of the 45, wonder how many will get interviewed?
    I'd guess five

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    Quote Originally Posted by NKYBallboy View Post
    So who's being interviewed?
    That is the million dollar question!

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    There are interviews today

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    Quote Originally Posted by GB32 View Post
    There are interviews today
    how many?

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    Holland doesn't own a house..he rents...That would not be a factor...

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    Holland would also have the incentive to lay the smack down on Montgomery Co.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaGrangeknowitall View Post
    Holland doesn't own a house..he rents...That would not be a factor...
    He just sold his house in MoCo. Hard to have 2 house payments.

    Quote Originally Posted by Outsidelookingin View Post
    Holland would also have the incentive to lay the smack down on Montgomery Co.
    Yes he would, but I believe he is happy where he is. If he did get the job I would be so happy to have him back in the 10th region.

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    From an inside source of the high school, Jason Hinson rang the phones off the hook. Was declined numerous times because of no teaching degree. The requirements for the job were 2 years of head coaching, and also a teaching degree. So, I'm guessing the ones that met these requirements were trimmed to a select few which are given an interview. This is just what I heard from an inside office source of the Mason County High School. I would be surprised if Buddy Biggs wasn't named the head coach in the coming week(s). Seems to have a lot of support from around the town from the people I've spoken with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNG Royal View Post
    From an inside source of the high school, Jason Hinson rang the phones off the hook. Was declined numerous times because of no teaching degree. The requirements for the job were 2 years of head coaching, and also a teaching degree. So, I'm guessing the ones that met these requirements were trimmed to a select few which are given an interview. This is just what I heard from an inside office source of the Mason County High School. I would be surprised if Buddy Biggs wasn't named the head coach in the coming week(s). Seems to have a lot of support from around the town from the people I've spoken with.
    Biggs it is then. TNG Royal called it first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by All In View Post
    How many AAU Coaches have become High School Head basketball coaches?
    Honestly would like to know, because I can't think of any
    Totally different game
    Like Hamm, not a big fan of AAU
    Yea, agree. AAU is what it is, but it's not the current high school game where a coach actually has to take the players who are enrolled at the school and make it work. AAU coaches go out and pick and choose an all-star team (most anyway). They coach, but it's a heckuva lot easier to win when you have more elite players.

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    I've heard from inside the school that 5 of the 45 are being interviewed. Buddy Biggs was one mentioned.

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    I went to Metro Exposure Camp in Louisville last night and was able to talk to quite a few coaches. The name everyone was talking about for Mason County...Buddy Biggs.

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    I expect it to be either Buddy Biggs or Brad Cox. If it's Biggs then Cox will stay as an assistance coach. He played for Biggs at Pendleton Co and coached under him there also.

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