Beyond The Whistle

Beyond The Whistle takes you beyond the Xs and Os for tips and advice on the business of sports and how to advance in your career.


My 10 Favorite Podcasts for Rising Coaches

My Personal Podcast Process Podcasts are a fantastic way to fit education and inspiration into your day.  Podcasts can be as little as 5, 10, or 15 minutes long, while others can go an hour or more. But just like your DVR, you can pause and come back to them. If you have an iPhone,

By |September 20th, 2017|

BTW 009: Take Control of Your Recruiting Process with Dan Tudor – Part 1

Check out this episode! How do you control your recruiting process? Do you even have a process? My guest on this episode is Dan Tudor of Tudor Collegiate Strategies. Dan has done an amazing job of taking professional selling processes, skills and tactics and has applied them to athlete recruiting. Dan shares what recruits and parents are

By |September 20th, 2017|

BTW 008: Rising Coaches Elite 2017

Rising Coaches Elite 2017 I recently had the opportunity to speak at the 8th Annual Rising Coaches Elite 2017 Conference. Rising Coaches Elite is an annual conference that provides professional development for basketball coaches, primarily just starting in their careers. Most of the attendees are graduate assistants, directors of basketball operations and team managers. Attendees came from a

By |August 8th, 2017|

BTW 007: Stand Out On The Recruiting Trail

It's July, which means we are in the college basketball summer evaluation period. Coaches will travel throughout the country evaluating high school players at AAU tournaments, camps and summer leagues. As a college coach, just as you are looking for high school players that stand out as prospects for your program, the summer is also perhaps the best time

By |July 12th, 2017|

BTW 006: The Coach’s Resume

During the most recent “coaching carousel” of college basketball, I had the opportunity to work with a few coaches on their resumes. There is one mistake I see on coaching resumes and if you're has this, you can fix it right now. The number one mistake I see on resumes - of all professions, not just coaching - is

By |June 16th, 2017|