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TOPIC: FWIW: Interesting Story About Providence AD

FWIW: Interesting Story About Providence AD 3 months 1 week ago #290062

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Lessons can be learned here. Then all we need is the will to make it happen. If we are going to change our fortunes, it's a lesson that must be learned.
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FWIW: Interesting Story About Providence AD 3 months 1 week ago #290146

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NCJohnnie wrote: Great article! Someone should send it to the powers that be at SJU. PC is a small Catholic school of just over 4,000 students w/o a great location to sell. As Paultz says, shows what a great AD can do given time and power to get things done. Cooley was a great hire and it sounds like the hockey coach was as well.[/quote

One major difference is that Cooley is a Providence native and always said that this was his destination job. We haven’t had a competent coach with similar intent since Looie. It’s hard to build a sustainable program when you have a revolving door of head coaches. Good programs have continuity in the coaching ranks.

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