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College sports is a huge business. As a result, prospective athletes should treat it just like that; a business. Rate My College Coaches is a tool created by an athlete for other athletes. The website aims to give prospective student-athletes and parents alike, the required resources to help them make an informed business decision.


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At Rate My College Coaches, we believe that your college athlete experience should be amazing and enthralling. However, the recruiting process is just not enough to give you an idea of what your actual experience will be. Rate My College Coaches provides you with detailed, unbiased, well-thought out ratings of head coaches in the NCAA, NAIA, and the NJCAA by current student-athletes. This will help close the information gap and, at the same time, help prospective student-athletes make the best decision for their college career.

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Let’s Normalize Upsets: The 2007 College football Season

2007 does not only represent the year of my Nissan Altima, but it also defines the wackiest year of NCAA college football probably ever in the history of the sport. Nicknamed, “the year of the upsets,” it ended with Kansas and Missouri battling to get to the national title. Yes, you read that right; Kansas […]
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NCAA Takes Unprecedented Steps Against the G League

The NCAA’s Unprecedented Steps Forward 2020 has started with a bang for sure, and the coronavirus has hit hard. No one took it seriously, and it came back to bite us like a rattlesnake waiting in the Alabama shade. The number of things that we never expected to happen have hit us one after the other, so it’s only fitting that we would get […]
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A Sudden Goodbye for NCAA Seniors

Whether the coronavirus is actually real, just a conspiracy, or nothing much worse than the age-old flu, it is something that the entire world is taking very seriously. Personally, I’m not too big on conspiracy theories. If I’m being honest, they scare me. So I’ve never been one to dive headfirst into the Reddit conversations. […]
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Eligibility Relief After Coronavirus Cancelations

Coronavirus cancelations hit us all by surprise, and student-athletes need eligibility relief. First, we thought, well, there is an outbreak in China, but it’s half a world away. We thought news outlets were exaggerating the severity of the virus. For the most part, everyone was prepared to simply get on with their lives. They paid the […]
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Team Building Through Living Proof: Belmont Basketball

Coronavirus has ended sports for a while, but if you don’t mind, I want to take a look back at the 2019-20 college basketball season anyway. But I am not talking about Power-5 schools. Nor am I talking about the pure parody that has existed on the top end of college basketball. The remarkable thing […]
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Quarterback Battle: Spencer Rattler vs. Tanner Mordecai – JaDason Morris

For the first time since 2015, the Sooners will have a true quarterback battle. When Spencer Rattler or Tanner Mordecai takes the field for the start of the 2020 season, it will mark the first time the Sooners have started a homegrown talent at QB since the Trevor Knight era. With the loss of Jalen […]
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Sabrina Ionescu: Abrupt end to her final season

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that Coronavirus, AKA COVID-19, has put the sports world on pause. With that, the NCAA was forced to cancel its annual season-ending tournament, March Madness. And despite the NCAA granting seniors another year of eligibility, players still wanted to stamp a championship to their legacy this […]
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The Worst Way to End a College Basketball Season

Today is March 22nd, 2020. In a perfect world, the first and second rounds of March Madness would have just ended. 16-32 teams and their fanbases would be celebrating their memorable wins, and the losers, not so much. Actually, in a more perfect world, my North Texas Mean Green would be on the way to their […]
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The Transfer Portal’s Effect on College Football

Embed from Getty Images The debut of the transfer portal in October 2018 has taken the world of college football by storm. Headlined by Ohio State’s star quarterback Justin Fields, the transfer portal has added a new dynamic to recruiting across all sports.  Whether you love it or hate it, the transfer portal is here […]
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