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College football coaching legend John Gagliardi always did things his way
He did. Gagliardi spent 60 years coaching the St. John's (Minn.) football team (and four before that coaching at Carroll College in Montana) and went 489-138-11 over his career. Yes, he won 77 percent of his games. His teams won 27 conference titles and four national championships.He retired in 2012.Joe Paterno is second on the all-time win list, by the way, at 409.This is the part you might not believe. In fact, just so you know it's true I'm going to quote The New York Times, from 2009:He does not allow tackling in practice, has no playbook and does not require his players to participate in strength and conditioning workouts. There is no yelling, no tackling dummies and no whistles. His quarterbacks call most of the plays.Gagliardi also insists that everyone call him John instead of Coach."We don't have no mission statements, no big philosophy," Gagliardi said. "We just do it."No tackling in practice! Can you imagine it?Gagliardi never meant to be a coach. But then, when he was still playing on his high school team, the head coach was summoned to fight in World War II. And Gagliardi, being a bold high school kid , convinced his school to let him be a player/coach then promptly cut out of practice all the things he disliked. From the Case Keenum Authentic Jersey
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practice]," Gagliardi said. "That was the prevailing thought back then: Don't drink water during practice. I just ignored that. … A lot of the things I did later were because I started that way, and it worked so I never changed. As I got to a higher level coaching, people thought I was nuts. But eventually I think I've won over most of those people."He worked his way through junior college (where he played basketball) and then coached at a high school in Colorado which offered to pay for him to get his college degree. From there he went to Montana before being lured to St. John's … to coach both football and hockey. He knew little about hockey and still won 24 of the 31 games he coached.Oh, and he also coached the basketball team.You'll want to check out this ancient-looking site that includes a accumulation of things he didn't let his program do. That was how he approached it: "Winning with no." He banned what was common practice elsewhere and it worked.There are also several books on Gagliardi available; I recommend Austin Murphy's The Sweet Season: A Sportswriter Rediscovers Football, Family and a Bit of Faith at Minnesota's St. John's University.Sure. It's not like Gagliardi was recruiting Division I talent and then swarming other Division III teams. Eventually his school started naturally attracting top-flight talent (for that level) but it wasn't any sort of powerhouse when he arrived and he went undefeated and won a national title in his 11th season. Gagliardi legitimately won despite cutting out all the drudgery and histrionics that we're accustomed to seeing on Hard Knocks and Last Chance U and the like. He totally dismantled the idea that only brutal, harsh practices can build the "character" or "toughness" required John Elway White Elite Jersey
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