After the 2017 season I decided to re-enter the coaching job market for the first time since I took the assistant job at Midwestern State. Here's a report on how that's been to-date.
Some interesting North Texas weather created all kinds of schedule issues with practice. Recruiting continues. No new developments on the head coach opening.
We might not currently have a head coach, but that doesn't mean the work comes to a halt. Player training continues, and recruiting never stops.
The second semester started last week, which mean we started the ball rolling with the team for Spring training and other stuff.
I'm starting a new coaching log for what we're doing at Midwestern State University. It will probably be a little different than my other logs, though.
Progress is being made on the job front. Though no official offer has been as yet, things are definitely moving in that direction.
I'm still waiting on developments with regards to the job I interviewed for last week. I haven't been just twiddling my thumbs.
I knew I would be back on the job market eventually, but my time line has been moved up. As it turns out, I already have something in the works.
Question: I coached a program full-commitment for two seasons, then had to cut back in the third. How do I account for that third season on my resume, etc.?ion: I coached a program full-commitment for two seasons, then had to cut back in the third.