CLP Episode 54 – So, You Really Want To Be A Head Coach? How One Coach’s Love and Authenticity Has Turned Around and Built Successful Programs

So, you really wanna be a Head Coach?  It’s not as easy and glorious as it sounds.  Lincoln High’s Head Football Coach Masaki Matsumoto joins Chris Fore on this 54th edition of the Coaches Locker Podcast where they discuss all things head coach related. Continue reading “CLP Episode 54 – So, You Really Want To Be A Head Coach? How One Coach’s Love and Authenticity Has Turned Around and Built Successful Programs”

CLP Episode 53 – An Interview With a 20 Year College Coach and Big Ten Defensive Coordinator

Former Rutgers Defensive Coordinator and Secondary Coach Noah Joseph joins Chris Fore on this 53rd edition of the Coaches Locker Podcast.  They talk about his career in college football, what prompted the moves he made and how he got to be a Defensive Coordinator in the Big 10. Continue reading “CLP Episode 53 – An Interview With a 20 Year College Coach and Big Ten Defensive Coordinator”

CLP Episode 52 – The Fight to Save Youth Football (In California and beyond!)

The President of California Youth Football Alliance, Joe Rafter, joins Chris Fore on this 52nd edition of the Coaches Locker Podcast.  Discussion centers around the fight to save youth tackle football in California, and in other states trying to outlaw it, what might be driving this agenda and more. Continue reading “CLP Episode 52 – The Fight to Save Youth Football (In California and beyond!)”

CLP Episode 43 – Turning Around A Program The Old Fashioned Way

The Sunny Hills (Fullerton, CA) football team has really turned things around under Head Coach Pete Karavedas. They won 8 games in back to back seasons (‘17 and ‘18), 8 wins is the most wins the school has seen in 20 years! They also busted a 29 game losing streak, 6 years long, in their league!  And, they were ranked in the very competitive Orange County Top 25 for the first time since 1998. Continue reading “CLP Episode 43 – Turning Around A Program The Old Fashioned Way”