Posted by: Pete Roussel on Monday December 17, 2012
Posted by: Pete Roussel on December 16, 2012
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What if I told you that we need you to go on a 9-day 18-stop bus tour after spring ball that will require you to speak for 20-30 minutes at each alumni/booster event?
Since head coaches are no longer allowed to recruit off-campus during the spring recruiting evaluation period, many athletic directors now ask their head football coach to travel through the region to create excitement about the upcoming season.
Ticket sales, fundraising, and fan base unity are viewed as critically important to all athletic directors.
Last spring, Bill O'Brien went on a 9-day 18-stop tour to spread the message about Penn State football and its future. The Ole Miss administration asked Hugh Freeze to participate in a very similar tour.
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