Best Young/New Coach in NKY

Page 3 of Originally Posted by Clyde I don't think you can make a blanket statement of a certain number of years vs wins. Some schools, regardless of how good th... 38 comments | 2009 Views | Go to page 1 →

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clyde View Post
    I don't think you can make a blanket statement of a certain number of years vs wins. Some schools, regardless of how good the coach is, are not going to win a lot of games for various reasons.

    I'm not speaking about Trosper but ,rather, speaking in generalities.
    I understand certain programs will never be 10-0 or win state championships no matter who the coach is, but what I feel shows a good coach is the improvement of wins. In 4-5 years coaching at Holmes, he basically won the same amount of games each year. No improvement was shown.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nkysportsblog View Post
    I'd have to go Trosper. Great guy, great coach, and I think he really has fun with the kids.
    Would this be the same Trosper that coached at Morehead?

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    Lickert hands down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trenches07 View Post
    Would this be the same Trosper that coached at Morehead?
    I do believe he was at MSU, I think he had a hand in recruiting as well.

    I would have to vote for Lickert, I think he's done a fine job so far at Holmes, hopefully he can get those athletes in the halls to give football a chance.

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    Terry Brown is the Defensive Coach at Campbell County. Was on the coaching staff at New Cath during there Back-Back State Titles. Played College at Campbellsville and is a Teacher. Great at Strength and Winter Conditioning. I believe he will be a great coach in NKY.

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    A little outside of NKY but Coach Weedman at Carroll County is really doing a great job. It is his second year of being the Head Coach and the team has improved on the field and in overall attitude.

    Football numbers are up and the team has become a very cohesive group, and are a positive role model for others in the School. He and his staff really seem to be on to something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THEDUDEABIDES View Post
    Although he isn't "young" in age per se, but in years of coaching, I think Bellevue's D Coordinator...I think his name is Dave Pelgen(?), he has been doing a great job with the defensive down there.

    He could probably get a head coaching position if he so desired
    He is a good coach. He does alot for the Bellevue football program and created "the paddle" between them and Dayton. Eckstien is fortunate to have him. I have heard that he was close to getting a job at a young program but elected to stay at Bellevue.

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    I would say Lickert has shown he is an excellent coach and help bring a program back from the debts. Being close to the Dayton program I think Deaton is an excellent person and an excellent role model to the kids at Dayton, for some have none. He has shown he can coach, but still has some time to show what he can really do with this being only his second season. Good luck to both

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    Quote Originally Posted by O-Line 50 View Post
    I would say Lickert has shown he is an excellent coach and help bring a program back from the debts. Being close to the Dayton program I think Deaton is an excellent person and an excellent role model to the kids at Dayton, for some have none. He has shown he can coach, but still has some time to show what he can really do with this being only his second season. Good luck to both
    I have watched these two young men grow up and they have been great young men since I have known them. Steve comes from a great family and had to hang in there growing up with all those sisters, wow. Zach comes from a great family as well and if anyone knew his father, he was and still is the standard most are compared to when you look for a class act. I know that Zach and his brother are both chips off the ole block. I would be more than happy if my son played for either of these great guys.

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