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How to Make Today a Masterpiece

On a day like today, when Butler and UConn play for the national title, what would UCLA legend John Wooden say? Wooden, after all, won 10 of these games in a 12-year span, including seven in a row. He died in 2010, but coaches all over the world look to his words for help and […]

Happy Rodney Dangerfield Day!

Remember Rodney Dangerfield? He was the comedian whose trademark line was “I don’t get no respect.” Dangerfield’s line inspired the New York Mets to dedicate a game — their second game of the year — to him. The point was that the second game of the year doesn’t get any respect. It’s not like Opening […]

What Is Possible?

Today posting resumes after a hiatus to finish a book I wrote with Gary Pritchard, called “10 Things Great Coaches Know.” It turns out that Opening Day of the baseball season, the final game of the NCAA basketball tourney and an episode of “Dancing With the Stars” all intersected. And what unites these three apparently […]