- Feb 3, 2018
It’s the players. And the head man. And the infrastructure.He's a DB coach. Dam. Alabama has had 4 different coordinators over the last 10 or so years, and they still produce high powered offenses. Maybe it's the players.
My coach in college, when he was accepting the award for national coach of the year (although I'm talking about hockey), started his speech off by saying "you always want to recruit well enough so it doesn't have to come down to coaching". While he was certainly a very humble guy and trying to deflect from taking any and all credit for his accomplishments, there's a lot of truth to that. It's unrealistic to expect that our coaching staff, no matter how highly paid they are, will outcoach the opponent each and every game. Sustained success is a multivariant equation, but every successful college coach will tell you the biggest variable is the playersHe's a DB coach. Dam. Alabama has had 4 different coordinators over the last 10 or so years, and they still produce high powered offenses. Maybe it's the players.
Pata will be in the DMV area to check-in at multiple top schools where the following athletes play: Washington DC Archbishop Carroll Top247 ATH Nyckoles Harbor, Washington DC St. John's Top247 defensive lineman David Ojiegbe and three-star safety Zahbari Sandy, Washington DC Gonzaga offensive lineman Evan Link, Hyattsville (MD.) DeMatha Catholic Top247 defensive lineman Jason Moore, Olney (MD.) Our Lady Good Counsel Top247 EDGE Dylan Gooden and Top247 EDGE Neeo Avery (Penn State commit), and Owens Mills (MD.) McDonough Top247 offensive lineman Antonio Tripp and defensive lineman Mason Robinson.