Defensive Coordinator

A defensive coordinator is typically a coach on a gridiron football team who is in charge of the defense. Generally, along with his offensive counterpart, he represents the second level of command structure after the head coach. The defensive coordinator is generally in charge of managing all defensive players and assistant coaches, of developing a general defensive game plan, and of calling the plays for the defense during the game.
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  • What I’ve Learned about Hiring from my Alma Mater

    … Good Hiring Lessons from college football hiring mistakes My alma mater, Notre Dame, has made many, many hiring mistakes – including two terrible football coaches, Gerry Faust, and Tyrone Willingham. Even the best make mistakes. They also had a defensive coordinator who blitzed on every down – Jon Tenuta – which was easy to stop. He blitz so…

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