Staff loyalty - An interesting study on assistant coaches
- Published: Thursday, 12 May 2011 12:23
- by Administrator
Many believe there is not much loyalty in the coaching profession. Some say that certain coaches try to come across as loyal, but in reality, they are only as loyal as their options.
We have found 56 coaches in D1 football that have remained with their current head coach for at least ten years.
At Minnesota, the Gophers are really selling Jerry Kill and their core group of assistant coaches in the recruiting process. Kill has served as the head coach at Southern Illinois, Northern Illinois, and now Minnesota. Six of his assistants at Minnesota have served on his staff for at least ten years.
After taking a look at our breakdown, we recommend watching the latest video production from Minnesota football. The video is about staff loyalty.
Gary Pinkel (7): Dave Steckel, David Yost, Andy Hill, Brian Jones, Craig Kuligowski, Bruce Walker, Cornell Ford
Joe Paterno (6): Larry Johnson, Jay Paterno, Dick Anderson, Tom Bradley, Bill Kenney, Ron Vanderlinden
Kirk Ferentz (7): Norm Parker, Ken O'Keefe, Lestern Erb, Darrell Wilson, Reese Morgan, Eric Johnson, Phil Parker
Jerry Kill (6): Matt Limegrover, Tracy Claeys, Brian Anderson, Jay Sawvel, Rob Reeves, Pat Poore
Bob Stoops (4): Brent Venables, Cale Gundy, Bobby Jack Wright, Jackie Shipp
Tom O’Brien (4): Dana Bible, Don Horton, Jerry Petercuskie, Keith Willis
Jim Grobe (4): Keith Henry, Steed Lobotzke, Ray McCartney, Billy Mitchell
Houston Nutt (3): Mike Markuson, James Shibest, Chris Vaughn
Jim Tressel (3): Jim Heacock, Jim Bollman, Dick Tressel
Chris Ault (3): Ken Wilson, Cameron Norcross, Barry Sacks
Frank Beamer (3): Bud Foster, Bryan Stinespring, Charley Wiles
Mack Brown (2): Bruce Chambers, Duane Akina
Gary Patterson (2): Dan Sharp, Eddie Williamson
Mark Richt (2): Rodney Garner, Mike Bobo
Pat Hill (1): Randy Stewart
Frank Solich (1): Tim Albin
Randy Edsall (1): Lyndon Johnson
Larry Blakeney (1): Jeremy Rowell
Jeff Tedford (1): Ron Gould