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December 18, 2012

Explanation of how NCAA football coaches are different from the rest of us

Michael Rosenberg, SI:

To sum up: He had a great job with a great boss, surrounded by people who love him, not too far from where he grew up. He made more money than he could possibly need and was in line for a raise.

That would be enough for most of us. Most of us are not football coaches.

These guys eat, live, and think the job for almost every minute of every day. Do you want to know what football coaches are thinking about? Two words: Next and more.

Next play, more points, next game, more wins, next recruiting class, more money. Next job. The neighbors across the street might as well live 100 miles away.


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