Villanova’s Perretta happy with team’s road show in WNIT | Mike Kern

GIVEN HIS CHOICE, Harry Perretta would rather drive than fly. Even if his Wildcats happened to be playing at, say, Tennessee against his friend, the late Pat Summitt. But these last two weeks the Villanova womens’ basketball coach hasn’t had a choice. Not that he’s complaining.
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Hakstol should be here for long haul with Flyers | Mike Sielski

On the day he hired Dave Hakstol as the Flyers’ head coach, Ron Hextall told a brief story about this, his first big decision as a general manager. Hakstol had coached Hextall’s son Brett at the University of North Dakota, but a helicopter-style view from the stands didn’t provide Hextall with enough detail and perspective to know whether Hakstol was ready to jump from college hockey to maybe the most demanding NHL market in America.
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Temple receivers eager to work with new coach Stan Hixon

Going into the football season, wide receiver might be Temple’s deepest position. But keeping a coach for those players was one of the team’s biggest offseason challenges.
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Temple receivers eager to work with new coach Stan Hixon

Going into the football season, wide receiver might be Temple’s deepest position. But keeping a coach for those players was one of the team’s biggest offseason challenges.
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Temple receivers eager to work with new coach Stan Hixon

Going into the football season, wide receiver might be Temple’s deepest position. But keeping a coach for those players was one of the team’s biggest offseason challenges.
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Temple receivers eager to work with new coach Stan Hixon

Going into the football season, wide receiver might be Temple’s deepest position. But keeping a coach for those players was one of the team’s biggest offseason challenges.
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Temple receivers eager to work with new coach Stan Hixon

Going into the football season, wide receiver might be Temple’s deepest position. But keeping a coach for those players was one of the team’s biggest offseason challenges.
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